Family Law

Family Law cases are becoming increasingly complex and difficult and require the attention of knowledgeable, sophisticated and seasoned counsel.  Miller Thomson’s Family Law team members are action- and results-oriented.  Our lawyers have significant experience and practical expertise in recognizing and managing the range of family law issues which can arise in the context of marriage or relationship breakdown. This can include unmarried spouses, separation, divorce including the myriad of issues involving children, such as, custody and access, child and spousal support, and property division issues. Our lawyers are knowledgeable about all forms of dispute resolution to deal effectively and proactively with the many issues, including Court proceedings, trials, motions and appeals, collaboration, mediation, arbitration and negotiation.  We focus on our clients’ best interests in working towards an efficient, fair and effective result in as speedy and economical manner as is possible.

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Miller Thomson lawyers recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada 2017

126 Miller Thomson lawyers from across the country and in numerous areas of law have been recognized for their expertise in the 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada. This result is up from 122 lawyers ranked last year....

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Roger Lepage listed as “Local litigation star” in Saskatchewan by Benchmark Canada

Congratulations to Roger Lepage, senior partner in the Regina office, for being listed as a “Local litigation star” in the province of Saskatchewan, in the areas of employment and family law.  Roger has over 30 years experience and has appeared as...

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Lisa Walters appointed President of Middlesex Family Law Association

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Wil Doran and Lisa Walters profiled in London Free Press

Wil Doran and Lisa Walters are profiled in the Enterprise feature of the London Free Press. Read the article: Miller Thomson Family Law – Compassionate and Vigorous Representation

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The Saskatoon office is pleased to announce that Mr. Jeremy Caissie has joined the firm as an associate.

Jeremy was admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar in 2005.  His primary area of practice is family law litigation.

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Patricia Fourcand sera intervenante lors du colloque « Le Droit International de la Famille dans tous ses États »

Patricia Fourcand sera intervenante lors du colloque « Le Droit International de la Famille dans tous ses États » qui se déroulera le 15 et 16 juin à Toulouse. Pour plus de détails, consultez ce lien.    

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Patricia Fourcand speaks on Religion, Ethnic Origin and Family Law

Patricia Fourcand will act as a speaker during a breakfast seminar hosted by the Canadian Bar Association on May 17, 2017. Her conference is entitled “Religion, Ethnic Origin and Family Law”.

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Gordon Plottel speaks on financial issues in family law

Gordon Plottel is a presenter at the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC’s course on Advanced Financial Issues in Family Law. He speaks on a panel discussing “Management of Excluded Property in a Post-V.J.F. World”.

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Patricia Fourcand lectures at matrimonial lawyers conference

Patricia Fourcand presents “Race, Religion and Family Law” at the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (IAML) USA and Canadian Chapter Meeting.

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Jennifer Quick presents at the 23rd Annual Middlesex Family Law Association Conference on the topic of Professional Negligence and the Family Lawyer.

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Family Law Issues in Estate Planning

Patricia Fourcand and Nathalie Marchand deliver a presentation entitled “Family Law Issues in Estate Planning” during a breakfast and conference organized by  RBC Dominion Securities Inc., D’Amico Family Wealth Management Group on March 19th 2014 at 1 Place Ville-Marie, 41st floor at 8h30....

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Patricia Fourcand attends the Women Leadership Forum

To view the invitation, please click here (French Only)

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L’adoption internationale : casse-tête pour les futurs parents ou processus visant la protection des enfants?

Éditions Yvon Blais

Commentaire sur la décision A. c. Québec (Procureur général), sub nom.

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La délocalisation des enfants : accorder ou refuser le déménagement, telle est la question!

Éditions Yvon Blais

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Planning Issues and Opportunities for Family Members with Disabilities

2010 CALU Associate Member Forum

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