Andrew Feldstein

Feldstein Family Law Group

20 Crown Steel Drive, Suite 8, Markham, Ontario, L3R 9X9

(905) 415-1636

Feldstein Family Law Group is the largest boutique family law firm in York Region and one of the largest in the Greater Toronto Area. The firm was voted the Top Choice Award for Family Law in Toronto in the years 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010.

Andrew has been interviewed by many media outlets, such as the Globe and Mail Newspaper, Global Television, Prime TV, Channel 11, Mix 99.9, CKTB 610 A.M., Talk Radio 640 A.M., ET Canada, ITV and CTV for his expertise in the many aspects of family law.

At a difficult time like this, put us in your corner and we will fight for your rights.

Please visit the Feldstein Family Law Group website for more information on Mr. Feldstein. You can also find an abundance of information on family law in general, as well as a detailed Roadmap to Divorce in Ontario, which may answer many of your pressing questions.

Other Websites

The Imputation of Income When Unemployed or Underemployed

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This video discusses the Imputation of income where a parent or spouse is intentionally unemployed or underemployed. The quantum of one’s support obligation is largely based on income. But what happens in the case whe...

Jewish Holidays

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Unlike Winter Break, March Break and Summer Break, religious holidays have special meaning. Whereas there can be some discretion and flexibility in dividing up access on March break or the summer holidays, with religious...

Ask Andrew – Series 1 Episode 4

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Get your separation, divorce questions answered free, on “Ask Andrew”. Call our “Ask Andrew” number 1-800-498-3486, FREE and one of our staff will answer the phone. Or you can text your questions to “Ask Andrew” at 41...

Mobility Relocation Advisory Guidelines

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Today, I will be discussing the issue of mobility - that is, moving away with your children after separation. Such a move will usually negatively impact the other parent’s access to the children. In approximately 90% of...