Bo Luan

Lawyer

Location: Markham

Bo Luan was called to the Ontario Bar in 2016. Following his call, he practised with a full-service firm in London, Ontario as a litigator, including as a family law litigator.

Bo joined the Feldstein Family Law Group in 2017. His practice includes all areas of family law, including issues surrounding divorce, child custody and access, child and spousal support, and property division. His style is based on understanding the specific details of his client’s case. He knows that family law situations are varied and complex and can never be “one size fits all”.

Bo received his Juris Doctor Law degree from the University of Toronto in 2015. During law school, he discovered his passion for family law. He developed his skills by assisting self-represented family court litigants with Pro Bono Students Canada’s ‘Family Law Project’, both as a volunteer and as an employee caseworker.

Before law school, Bo studied moral philosophy at the University of Western Ontario (now Western University). In his spare time, Bo practises martial arts, reads science fiction, and plays board games with his friends.

To talk to Bo or another member of our team about your legal matter, call (905) 581-7222.

Bo Luan's Videos

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  • Failure to Obey with a Court Order

    Today, we're discussing a sub-rule of the Family Law Rules dealing with a party's failure to obey a Court Order.

  • Service of Court Documents by Facebook

    The development of the internet and social media has drastically changed the way we communicate. Today, we'll e discussing effective service and whether you should soon be able to be served through Facebook messenger.

  • Terminating Child Support due to Child’s Conduct

    Today we'll be discussing the issue of determining whether child support should still be payable when a child has unilaterally withdrawn from a parent's control and does not have a relationship with that parent.

  • The Role of a Parenting Coordinator

    Parenting coordinators can assist parties in their matrimonial matters, and today we will be discussing their role.

  • Being Flexible with your Former Spouse Regarding Parenting Time

    In this video, we'll be discussing the importance of flexibility in parenting schedules for the benefit of your children.

  • Effect of Reconciliation

    It's never too late to reconcile with your spouse during the separation process, even after you have signed a Separation Agreement. We speak more about the effect of reconciliation after separation in today's video.

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