Posts Categorized: Miscellaneous

Lawyer Jessica Cohen on the Psychology of Fear and Anxiety

Lawyer Jessica Cohen has the courage to suggest lawyers should pay attention to clients’ feelings. It is unfortunate that law schools don’t teach us about the human aspects about our clients because we accidentally ignore our clients’ fears and anxieties

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$3.7 billion dollars of family support owed in Canada – Nathalie Boutet on CBC

Nathalie is interviewed by Radio-Canada about the problem of family support owed in Canada. Nathalie can be seen at the 1:20 minute mark in the video.

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The price of an extramarital affair – Nathalie Boutet interviewed by Yahoo Finance

I was recently interviewed by Yahoo! Finance to discuss some of the cost of divorce, during a segment on the financial implications of infidelity. Link: Yahoo Finance – Just Explain It Canada I explain that the cost of divorce goes

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Family Law Income Determination Event – Last Chance

Accurately determining income for child and spousal support purposes can be time consuming and challenging. It becomes even more difficult when one of the parties is self-employed or a small business owner. This workshop will summarize applicable legal and accounting

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Changing Perspectives: Nathalie Boutet talks Amicable Divorce and Conscious Uncoupling with Gary Doyle

The are many alternatives to the ‘messy divorce.’ Check out this radio interview during which family lawyer Nathalie Boutet talks with Gary Doyle about how the perspective needs to change, and how collaborative law plays a major role. Listen to

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LAO pilot project to assist unrepresented family law litigants

A Legal Aid Ontario pilot project that aims to make legal assistance available for family law mediation clients is a positive move that will be most beneficial if individuals are targeted before they initiate a court process, says Toronto family

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Report recommends providing family law support early on

A report addressing gaps in the early stages of the family law system is a beneficial step towards better processes, says Toronto family lawyer Nathalie Boutet. The new report, released by the Law Commission of Ontario, includes several recommendations aimed

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Can Divorce be Fair – Nathalie Boutet on Divorce Source Radio

Nathalie Boutet was featured on Divorce Source Radio discussing Can Divorce be Fair. You can hear the interview on the Divorce Source Radio page at: http://www.divorcesourceradio.com/can-divorce-be-fair/

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The Family Law Expo 2012: Nathalie Boutet will be a guest speaker

This upcoming weekend in Toronto is the first North American Expo bringing together all of the resources needed to support families dealing with Separation & Divorce, Medical, Mental Health, and other lifestyle issues and provides information to help build and

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Fall Family Law Seminar Series

We would like to invite you to attend the Fall Family Law Series at Boutet Family Law. Date and Time October 11th, 2012 from 1pm-2pm Location 20 Queen Street West, Suite 3300, Toronto, Ontario Agenda 1pm-2pm: Family Business: How to

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Ontario Familly Tribunal – Nathalie Boutet on Radio-Canada

Nathalie gives her thought to Radio-Canada to discuss the specialized court that hears criminal and family cases where domestic violence is the underlying issue. http://www.radio-canada.ca/regions/Ontario/2011/06/20/003-tribunal-famille-ontario.shtml

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Nathalie Boutet featured in both The Montreal Gazette and the Victoria & Vancouver Island News

By Denise Deveau, Postmedia News Family law a ‘people’ profession Soft skills such as empathy and patience go hand in hand with familiarity of many aspects of the legal practice Nathalie Boutet became a family lawyer because she enjoys helping

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Canada’s Top Business Women: Nathalie Boutet – by Women’s Post Magazine

Canada’s Top Businesswomen: Nathalie Boutet   written by: Sarah Lambert   Editor-in-Chief at Women’s Post and blogs at thelaughingmedusa.com. Nathalie Boutet, Family Law Mediator and Collaborative Negotiator & Solicitors and Co-Founder of NEXT Ltd. Growing up, Nathalie Boutet thought she

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Nathalie Boutet Inspires Italian Collaborative Law Development

Nathalie Boutet is one of Canada’s most renowned Collaborative Law Lawyers. Mara Mazzara, a law student in Europe who recently completed one of Nathalie’s’ courses on Collaborative Law, dedicated her Masters of Law thesis to Nathalie, as Nathalie exemplifies what

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Nathalie Boutet Speaking at the NEXT Event in November 2011

Nathalie Boutet – Principal at Boutet Family Law (Mediation, Collaborative and Family Law) and co-founder of NEXT speaking at the NEXT event in November of 2011.

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Mandatory mediation in Ontario! Recent announcement about Mandatory Mediation by the Ontario Government

There was an announcement about mandatory mediation by the Ontario Government. This announcement about mandatory mediation proved confusing for Ontario residents who seek information about the divorce mediation services Toronto has to offer. The announcement about mandatory mediation suggests that

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The Family Law Breakfast Club

For people who are separating Presented by Nathalie Boutet, Collaborative Law Lawyer at Basman Smith We are very excited to announce The Family Law Breakfast Club Seminar Series! With 3 rewarding seminars to chose from, participants will receive lots of

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Un Tribunal Unique Pour Les Familles

L’Ontario est devenu la première province au Canada à créer un tribunal intégré pour les affaires de violence conjugale. Le gouvernement ontarien a jumelé un tribunal criminel et une cour de la famille pour expédier le traitement des cas. La

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Tragic death of a child at the hands of her custodial parent – Nathalie Boutet interviewed by CBC

Nathalie is interviewed by CBC to comment on the tragic death of a child at the hands of her custodial parent. http://www.radio-canada.ca/regions/Ontario/2008/08/08/007-meurtre-rapport.shtml

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