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In this podcast I will give insights into my research project on access to justice in the context of increasing digitalization of public services. The project's starting point is the observation that the digital transformation of public services comes along with two interlinked challenges: the risk of social groups being excluded from these services (digital inequality) and, as a result, restricted access to justice - a fundamental right that is also a prerequisite to exercising other rights ...
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The Access To Justice For Families Foundation Podcast

The Access To Justice For Families Foundation

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The Access to Justice for Families Foundation Podcast by Sian Gissing-McMeel 🌟 Welcome to The Access To Justice For Families Foundation - Empowering Families, Seeking Justice! Founded by Sian Gissing-McMeel, a resilient mother of three and a survivor of malfeasance and corruption, The Access To Justice For Families Foundation is a beacon of hope for families navigating the intricate landscape of family courts. Our mission is crystal clear - to empower individuals as litigants in person, educ ...
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We increase access to justice by providing substantive and engaging free content. We endeavour to: Educate about the law, procedure, conventions, and changes and updates in those areas Demystify and destigmatize the court process Explore all options available to resolve disputes outside of the court process Highlight resources available for free that can also help provide greater access to justice Span all topics, especially those areas of justice that present the greatest barriers to entry
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Local Authority Corrects Their Mistake: Unlawful Council Tax Charges: by Sian Gissing-McMeel Season 2 is here, and more good news for my charity. I have helped a family hold their Local Authority (Council) accountable for unlawful charges on their Council Tax Bill. My client contacted my charity for assistance as their local authority was charging …
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In this episode I have the pleasure of introducing to you two sociologists who live and work in the Caribbean and whom I had the great pleasure to meet during my field research stay in the beginning of 2024. Elly Helings in Curaçao and Raymond Jessurun in Sint Maarten will share with us their perspectives on the digitalization of public services in…
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In this episode I share with you some insights from my case studies in Canada, concretely in the Northwest Territories and Quebec. I focus on some of the challenges that Indigenous people are confronted with in the context of public service provision and access and more generally the complex relation of Indigenous peoples and the different orders o…
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Welcome to our first episode of Season 2 for 2024. I wanted to share my thoughts, ideas and opinions with you. Take what resonates, leave what does not. I believe we need to come together as a community as one voice, that is the purpose of my charity. If I can kindly ask you to like and follow us on Twitter (x) to help grow our community and share …
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Our Founder and Trust Director, Sian, has recorded a Christmas Eve message of hope for all the mothers and fathers who are spending Christmas without their children this year. We hope this message gives you strength, courage and faith. Take what resonates, leave what does not. Thank you to everyone who supports The Access To Justice For Families Fo…
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Here at The Access To Justice For Families Foundation, we comprehend how litigants sometimes struggle to put all their documents together in a bundle that will be strong in facts, professional, and easy to read. More importantly, it is compliant with the Family Procedure Rules (FPR) Practice Directions (PD) 27 A, 4.1 https://www.justice.gov.uk/cour…
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In this edpisode I’ll first talk a little about my current issues in methodology and data collection, and then discuss some preliminary findings from the first case study which was in Quebec, the French speaking province of Canada. I talked to staff of the public ombuds institution, to citizens as well as to NGO and government representatives to ge…
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Relationships all have highs and lows. When two people come together to start a relationship and bring children into the world, the dynamic can change for all the wrong reasons, which results in being in the Family Courts. No one wins in Family Court. So in our first episode, we talk about how we can reduce 'conflict' within your relationship from …
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Subscription billing in family law can make it easier for planning and creates cost certainty for clients going through divorce. Learn from Evan how the subscription billing model has fundamentally changed the approach to managing family law files, making it more client-friendly and cost-effective.Access to Justice Podcast által
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In this episode I will explain the research design and methodology for this project, which will build primarily on interviews and participatory observation. I will talk about case study selection, my comparative approach, the particularities of doing research in public bodies, and the challenges of gaining access to the research field; that is, fir…
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Welcome to the first episode of this podcast about my research project which started in February 2023. In this introductory episode I will explain my research interest and approach. The study focuses on the digital transformation of public services and two major interlinked challenges that come along with this development: the risk of social groups…
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You, like many Canadians probably rely on a trusted advisor to help manage your savings and investments. Tune into this week's episode of Access to Justice to learn what to look if you're on the hunt for an advisor and to find out how financial professionals develop a plan for your money!Access to Justice Podcast által
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Welcome to Access to Justice Podcast, where we delve into the intricate world of music industry law. In this episode, we explore essential insights for songwriters and performers to safeguard their creative work, understand their rights, and capitalize on available resources to generate income. Join us as we discuss the nuances of entertainment law…
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Wills, powers of attorney, and personal directives are often bundled and sold as a package by lawyers. Tune into this episode of Access to Justice to hear host Evan Clarke explain the differences between the documents. We also learn what a Green Sleeve is and who should have one!Access to Justice Podcast által
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Are you watching interest rates soar worrying about how it might affect you as a homeowner or potential homeowner? Did you know that the interest rate is just one part of the mortgage picture? Listen to this episode of Access to Justice when we chat with mortgage broker, Lucy Arruda, about what to consider when crafting the perfect mortgage (and fi…
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Skimming, bribing, larceny, and extortion are all types of fraud. But did you know that there is also financial statement fraud? Business owners and family lawyers should tune into this episode to hear guest Daryn Hobal explain the different types of financial statement fraud and get some tips on how to spot it.…
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Are you feeling stuck in contested family law proceedings? Drawing on her vast courtroom experience, Crystal Lawrence shares some of her top Do's and Don'ts for litigants navigating a family dispute in court. Tune in to hear about how the court views social media posts, text messages, and audio recordings.…
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What is a trust? If you have a will and kids who are under 18, chances are you have created a trust. What's the difference between a will, a trust, and an estate plan? Tune into this episode of A2J when we speak with Damian McGrath, Senior Trust Advisor at Raymond James Ltd., who answers these questions and more. Want to impress your family beyond …
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Your ability to earn income is your biggest asset, says Karine Orser, an Insurance and Estate Planning Advisor. Whether you are an employee, a business owner or the spouse of an earner, tune into this episode to learn what to look for in your disability insurance contract, what the most common disability claims are, and how to figure out whether yo…
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Oranges, icebergs, and ostriches: What do these all have to do with workplace conflict? Tune in to this episode Access to Justice for the answer as we sit down to learn from Mediator/ Lawyer / Facilitator / Instructor / Speaker Paulette Dekelver. She tells us how the shift from rights to interests can make all the difference!…
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Find out how spending an hour with an independent accountant before you sign your separation agreement could end up saving you thousands of dollars. Tune into Access to Justice with Angela Richardson C.P.A., to learn about the tax implications you should be considering!Access to Justice Podcast által
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Refugees fleeing persecution in their home country face a long and complicated process to land in Canada. Join Access to Justice as we speak with Ruth Williams, immigration lawyer, about the different paths to Canada and how you can help! Visit A2JPodcast.comAccess to Justice Podcast által
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Family sponsorship is the most popular path to immigrating to Canada. Join us for this episode of Access to Justice when we speak with immigration lawyer Melvin Marin of Kahane Law. He shares the 5 basic things you need to know about family sponsorship to put your best application forwardAccess to Justice Podcast által
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Determining income is an important step in any divorce that involves child or spousal support. If the payor is an employee, this can be an easy exercise, but it becomes more complicated if the payor is self-employed or runs a company. Tune into this episode of Access to Justice Podcast when we speak with Cameron Brinkman of Pisko Brinkman LLP where…
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Parenting time and decision-making can be one of the toughest things to decide in separation or divorce. There are so many things to consider at a time when emotions are running high. Add in financial stress and efforts to keep the kids out of the middle and it can be recipe for disaster. Join hosts Heather and Evan as they suggest some ways to sta…
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Pre-nups, co-habs, and marriage contracts, oh my. What’s the difference? You’ll want to check out this episode of Access to Justice if you’re getting married, moving in with someone or if you’re a parent or child of someone doing one of those things. You’ll find out how these agreements can protect family assets when we chat with experienced family…
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Divorce can put massive financial strain on a family. Pair that with concerns about your financial future: Will I be able to afford to keep the house? Can I still retire as planned? The worry might be come overwhelming! Find out how working with a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst could save you money, help you stay on track to meet your financia…
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If you’re caught in a conflict spiral with your co-parent and are looking for an effective alternative to court that will reduce child stress, improve parental behaviour and communication, and provide timely decisions when parents can’t agree, parenting coordination might be your answer. Don’t miss this episode when Dr. Greg Pickering talks to us a…
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Why would you need a business valuation? What drives the value of a business? Are there different considerations when a business is being valued in litigation versus for accounting purposes? Don’t miss our conversation with Vince Gervais of Frost Valuations Inc when we take a deep dive into what goes into putting a dollar value on a business…
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If you live in a smaller or more remote Alberta locale, you might face unique advantages and challenges in trying to access justice. Tune in to this episode of Access to Justice when we chat with Jasper lawyer, Chris Stolfa, about how he serves the legal needs of his community. Be sure to stay tuned ‘til the end to find out Kim’s ski racing nicknam…
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Millions of people are fleeing the war Ukraine. Canada is changing the rules for travel visas and family sponsorship to ease entry to Canada. Tune into this special short episode of Access to Justice to hear the latest from immigration lawyer Melvin Marin on the new rules. For more information visit: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-ci…
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How can you avoid conflict in your divorce? Why would you want to avoid going to court? Is family court anything like you see on TV? Family lawyer Joanne Waldie of Bruyer & MacKay answers these questions, imparts some wisdom, and so much more on this episode of Access to Justice!Access to Justice Podcast által
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