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Veronica Yeung

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Location: Markham

Veronica Yeung joined the Feldstein Family Law Group, P.C. as a summer student in 2014 and returned as an articling student in 2015. Following her call to the Ontario Bar in June 2016, Veronica was welcomed to the team as an associate lawyer.

Veronica attended York University for her undergraduate studies and graduated as a member of the Dean’s Honour Roll when she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Honours Criminology. She completed her legal studies at Osgoode Hall Law School where she developed a keen interest in family law. During her second year of studies, Veronica honed her skills assisting unrepresented family law litigants by drafting their court materials as a student volunteer with the Family Law Project.

Veronica’s practice covers all areas of divorce and family law, from child custody and access and child support issues, to spousal support and division of property. She is committed to obtaining the best and most meaningful solutions for her clients, consistent with their needs and expectations. Veronica emphasizes a client-focused and cost-effective practice.

When she is not working, Veronica indulges in horror films, superhero movies, animation, costume and jewellery design, and amateur special effects make-up artistry.

Veronica Yeung's Videos

  • Three Common Myths about Separation and Divorce

    In this video, we'll be going over 3 common myths about divorce and separation to give you a better understanding of the process that you may be going through.

  • Custody and Access: Adultery, the New Partner and Abuse

    In this video, we'll be touching on the issues of adultery, re-partnering, and abuse in the context of family law.

  • Dividing your Household Contents: Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

    Diving up personal belongings with someone you shared your life with does not make breakups any easier. Today we're providing some simple tips to make this process as painless as possible.

  • Misconceptions of Sole Custody

    Today, we'll be reviewing the most common misconceptions about sole custody that come up during our custody cases.

  • Office of the Children’s Lawyer

    Today, we'll be discussing the role of the Office of the Children's Lawyer in your family law matter.

  • Parenting Plans

    When spouses with children separate, parenting arrangements become crucial to provide children with route and consistency in their lives. Today, we'll be discussing the issues that should be addressed in parenting plans.

  • Internet Relationships and Separation

    In this video, we discuss online dating and other digital matchmaking platforms that have opened up a vast pool of potential romantic partners outside the local community to the entire world.

  • Travel Consent Letters

    If your child is under 18 and you are traveling out of the country without all of their custodial parents or guardians, you may need a travel consent letter. Today, we'll be discussing travel consent letters and how you can know if you need one.

  • What are the Separation Agreement options for Couples Who Were Never Married

    Today I will be addressing the option of a Separation Agreement for separating couples who were never married.

  • Other Professionals Involved in your Family Law Matter

    In this video, I discuss other professionals who may be involved in your family law matter.

  • Restraining Orders

    Today, I will be discussing with you what you need to know about restraining orders.

  • What Does it Mean to Cohabit?

    Cohabitation is a term frequently discussed in family law, but why is it important? What does it really mean?

  • Dealing with an Uncooperative Spouse

    I am here to discuss options you have when separating from an uncooperative spouse.


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