Proving employability/capacity for work by "stay at home" spouses after long-term relationships

Ken Proudman - view Arbitrator profile
BARR LLP (Alberta)

Hosted by CBA Family North in Alberta from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm on November 10, 2022

Senior counsel Robert M. Curtis will comment on the use of expert evidence to establish a factual basis for the court to consider the true likelihood of "self-sufficiency" against arguments of intentional malingering. He will introduce Doug Conway, employment psychologist, whose expert testimony has been accepted in many trials, and Doug will advise how he can help parties determine appropriate new or renewed career paths after the collapse of a long term relationship.

Robert M. Curtis, K.C. (McCuaig Desrochers LLP)
Doug Conway (Conway, Scanlan & Associates Ltd.)

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