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Common Family Law Court Mistakes

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When going through a divorce, separation, or child custody battle, many people make mistakes in family law court because they don’t understand how the process works, or by letting their emotions get involved.

Family lawyers always recommend that people try and put their differences aside in order to come up with a timely, and amicable resolution. Common family law court mistakes happen when people don’t do this.

These mistakes can really hurt your chances in court since judges may look upon your behavior or mistakes and make a decision that you won’t be happy with.

Watch this episode with real estate agent Joe Terceira, and Toronto family lawyer John Schuman where John will discuss some common family law court mistakes.

For more information or if you need a family law lawyer contact John Schuman:
Devry Smith Frank LLP
TEL: 416.446.5862
http://www.devrylaw.ca/family-lawyers/john-p-schuman/

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Common Family Law Court Mistakes

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4 thoughts on “Common Family Law Court Mistakes”

  1. Pablo Bazaes says:

    Recording conversations you ARE party to is just plain defense. How do you prove any claim without evidence and not disregarded as hearsay?

  2. J R says:

    Do the grandparents have the visitation rights according to the law ?

  3. Ronny Basciano says:

    NO MAN CAN BE FORCED BY A STATE AGENCY ON HOW TO SUPPORT THEY KID,ITS IN THE CONSTITUTION

  4. Londoner Health says:

    get the psychopaths out of family law, the paedophile groomers, the judge, the social worker psychopaths violate the innocent, exploit their peers – get forensic on psychopaths

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