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Deleta Grandy


Location: Oakville

Deleta Grandy obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in 2012, where she graduated with Honours. She completed her legal studies at Western Law School, graduating with a Juris Doctor in 2016.

While attending Western Law, Deleta discovered her interest in family law early on, and she began to pursue various family law courses and practical programs. Deleta gained valuable experience as a volunteer with Pro Bono Student Canada’s Family Law Project, assisting self-represented litigants with drafting their court materials. She was selected as Western Law’s Family Law Project Coordinator for the 2015-2016 academic year, where she led a team of 18 volunteers.

During her time at Western Law, Deleta also volunteered with Western Law’s Community Legal Services Family Law Team, where she had coverage of client files. In addition, she was selected to represent Western Law at the 2016 Walsh Family Law Negotiation Competition, where she gained valuable experience with resolving family law disputes outside of the litigation process.

Deleta completed her articles with Feldstein Family Law Group P.C. in 2016. She was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 2017, and was excited to return to the firm as an associate. In her time at Feldstein Family Law Group P.C., Deleta has devoted her time to assisting her clients with a wide range of family law issues, including: custody, access, child and spousal support, and division of property.

Outside of the office, Deleta enjoys attending live music events, travelling, reading, and cheering on the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Contact Deleta today at (905) 581-7222.

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  • Common Misconceptions: I am Separated, Can I still Retire on Schedule?

    Today, I would like to talk to you about a common misconception I often hear from prospective clients who are approaching their retirement: My employer allows me to retire early, and I still plan on doing so.

  • Common Misconceptions: When Can my Child Choose Where They Want to Live?

    Today, I would like to talk to you about one of the most common questions that I hear from prospective clients: when can my child choose if they want to live with me or my former spouse?

  • Matrimonial Home

    Today I am going to talk to you about an issue which is central to many family law disputes: the matrimonial home.

  • Child Support: Adult Children Not Enrolled In School

    Today I’m going to be discussing the topic of entitlement to child support for children who are over the age of 18, but who are not attending full-time school.

  • Child Support: Adjusting or Terminating Child Support

    Today I will be providing a continuation of my discussion on Child Support and addressing some of the questions you may have regarding the adjustment or termination of child support.

  • Child Support 101: The Basics pt 2

    Today, I’ll be completing my discussion on Child Support 101: The Basics.

  • Spousal Support: When Does A New Spouse's Income Matter?

    Today we going to be answering one of the most frequent questions that I hear from my clients –how is spousal support impacted if me or my former spouse enter into a new relationship?

  • Spousal Support for High Income Earners

    Today, I will be discussing how the amount of spousal support is determined, specifically for high income earners.

  • Financial Statements: Why do we use financial statements?

    Today, we'll be concluding our discussion of financial statements by answering the question of why we use financial statements.

  • Financial Statements: What is a Financial Statement?

    Financial Statements form a major component of the family law litigation process. Today we'll be reviewing what Financial Statements are and what their role is.

  • Child Support 101: The Basics

    In this video, we will be reviewing some common questions regarding child support which many individuals have when they are separating from their spouse.

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