Toronto family lawyer Jennifer Daudlin loves a challenge in both her professional and private lives. The lifelong athlete persevered through a series of debilitating injuries to become a high-level competitive swimmer and, since her retirement from that sport, has taken up a number of new activities... read more
Family law lawyers would be wise to examine their retainer agreements with clients in light of an Ontario Court of Appeal ruling that found an extra fee charged by counsel who achieved a positive result was, in fact, a contingency fee, says Toronto family lawyer Jennifer Daudlin ... read more
With an increasing number of people representing themselves in court, Toronto family lawyer Jennifer Daudlin says litigants need to be prepared when they go before the judge or risk facing lengthy delays and added costs...read more
People working with a family lawyer should always feel comfortable that their objectives are being met, Toronto family lawyer Jennifer Daudlin tells AdvocateDaily.com.
“Your relationship with your lawyer is just that, a relationship. If you feel like it’s not going to work, it probably won’t,” says Daudlin, founder and principal of Daudlin Law.
She suggests some key questions individuals could ask their would-be lawyer to help them determine if the fit will be a good one...read more.
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