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Webinar: Family Law Unbundled

August 20, 2017 | By |

Ontarians are more likely to be directly impacted by a family law dispute than any other type of legal problem. With increasing frequency, many are attempting to address a family law issue without the benefit of legal representation, either by choice or by necessity.

Unbundled legal service, also called limited scope representation, has emerged as a model by which private family lawyers can provide more affordable services to a broader segment of the population.

Hear about what a consortium of family lawyers are developing, with support of the courts and Ontario’s legal and family law organizations, to help separating parents find and obtain the family law services that they need, across Ontario, in a more manageable way. 

This presentation will also outline other emerging forms of unbundled legal services (e.g. coaching and private duty counsel services) as they begin to take hold across Ontario.


Speakers

Janet Whitehead (Chair)
Sharon Shore
Brian Burke
Tami Moscoe

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