Negotiation is integral to resolving issues after a separation. When it comes to jointly-owned homes, successful negotiation may be the only path that enables one spouse/partner to keep the home. The Ontario Court of Appeal has held that the court does not have jurisdiction to order that one spouse convey his or her interest to…Read Article
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Bridget received her Juris Doctor from Western Law in 2018. Prior to entering law school, Bridget received her Honours Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Criminology from Western University. While in law school, Bridget completed an internship in alternative dispute resolution through the Dispute Resolution Centre, which allowed her to mediate disputes in the community. In her final year, Bridget was employed as the Family Law Project Coordinator. She volunteered as a Staff Editor of the Western Journal of Legal Studies, with a Family Court Support Worker to support victims of domestic violence through the family court process and was a Caseworker at Community Legal Services. Outside of her academic life, Bridget was the President of the school’s wine society, In Vino Veritas. In her spare time, Bridget can be found with her wheaten terrier or planning her next scuba diving vacation.
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Tanya Kuzman obtained her Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2018. During her time in law school, Tanya served as a Senior Editor of the Osgoode Hall Law Journal and enriched her studies by enrolling in the Litigation, Dispute Resolution and Administration of Justice curricular stream. Prior to entering law school, Tanya completed a Masters in Political Science at the University of Toronto and obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science from McMaster University. Tanya has worked at all three levels of government including Toronto City Hall, the Ontario Legislature and the House of Commons. Tanya is published in both The Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law and The Canadian Political Science Review. In her spare time, you can usually find Tanya at the theatre, watching Question Period or playing her guitar.