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Presenting Evidence of Abuse

March 26 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Join Thijiba Sinnathamby, a local family law lawyer, for an important webinar on “presenting evidence of abuse”

Join Thijiba Sinnathamby, a local family law lawyer, for an important webinar on “presenting evidence of abuse”, where you will gain valuable insights into effectively documenting and presenting evidence of abuse. This webinar will cover the following topics:

· Understanding legal definition of abuse in the context of family law and the types of evidence that can be used to support claims of abuse.

· Exploring methods/strategies for gathering, organizing, and documenting evidence of abuse

· Discussing how to effectively present evidence of abuse to a judge

This webinar is intended for women who have experienced any form of abuse and is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to present evidence of abuse effectively. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from a legal expert and gain valuable insights into this important aspect of family law

Meet Thijiba

Thijiba Sinnathamby is a lawyer who provides legal services and a consultant who provides training on family law, issues related to intimate partner violence, racism and the justice system. Thijiba delivers workshops on navigating family law issues, is an author of several legal toolkits and the lead trainer for Ontario’s Family Court Support Worker Program, providing both in-person and online training and support for frontline workers who assist women who have been subjected to violence in family court.

Her practice focuses on family law, including negotiating and drafting marital contracts, cohabitation agreements and separation agreements, as well as providing advice on decision-making and parenting time disputes. Thijiba also practices estate planning and estate administration and acts as section 3 counsel for incapable persons. Thijiba regularly appears before the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice.


March 26
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT


The Women’s Centre of Halton
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