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Shana Gordon-Katz

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Location: Vaughan

Shana joined Feldstein Family Law Group P.C. as an articling student in 2017. Following her call to the Ontario Bar in June 2018, Shana was welcomed back to the firm as an associate. While completing her articles, Shana assisted with legal matters covering all areas of family law.

Shana attended the University of Western Ontario for her undergraduate studies, where she graduated as the gold medalist of her program, Honors Specialization in Classical Studies.

Shana studied law at Queen’s University where she was the recipient of several awards throughout her academic career. Shana’s keen interest in family law developed during her time at law school, where she pursued numerous family law courses and practical experiences. Most notably, Shana coached the Walsh Family Law Moot. Additionally, Shana participated in a placement arranged by the esteemed Professor Nicholas Bala where she shadowed well-respected family lawyers in Kingston, Ontario.

Shana’s client-based approach to her work has allowed her to develop positive relationships with her clients and opposing parties and counsel. Her friendly nature, excellent listening and communication skills, and her commitment to providing her clients with practical and timely advice translate into fair and reasonable negotiations and settlements for her clients.

Shana’s practice includes all areas of family law including divorcecustody and accesschild supportspousal support, and property issues. Shana is committed to working with her clients in order to obtain the best possible resolution either through negotiated settlements or family court litigation.

Outside of the office, Shana enjoys spending time with her family and friends, baking, gardening, cheering on the Toronto Maple Leafs, going to movies, attending the theatre (she is a musical theatre enthusiast), and watching reality competition TV such as Survivor, Big Brother, etc.

Shana Gordon-Katz's Videos

  • Child Support Payer Beware

    The necessity of increasing the amount of child support when a payor’s income increases.

  • My Spouse is a Cheater

    Answering common questions clients ask when they know or suspect that a spouse is having an affair.

  • What Do You Do When Your Child Refuses to See One Parent

    When your child refuses to spend time with one of their parents, your initial instinct may be to support your child’s decision. However, it is important for you determine why your child is refusing access.

  • Limitation periods regarding equalization of NFP

    In today’s video, we will be discussing the impact of the Limitations Act on the equalization of Net Family Property only.

  • When It's Time to Move

    Today I am going to provide you with some tips and tricks on how to reduce the anxieties and stresses that come with listing, selling, and closing on the matrimonial home after you have separated from your spouse.

  • Adult Adoption

    In today’s video I will be discussing adult step-parent adoption.

  • The Court Process Settlement Conferences

    Today, I will be discussing Settlement Conferences with you.

  • Teacher Pensions

    Today, I will be discussing teacher pensions and how this major asset is dealt with in the process of a divorce.

  • Joint Tenancy

    Today I am going to talk to you about potential issues that may arise from your interest in a jointly held home if the proper steps are not taken to protect your rights in the early stages of your family law matter.

  • Early Retirement

    Today I will be discussing how family law in Ontario deals with a spouse who decides to take early retirement either during or after separation.


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