Practice Tips for Drafting Motions

Author(s): Melanie A. Larock

December 14, 2018


There is a certain art to preparing and bringing motions.

In this paper, “Practice Tips for Drafting Motions“, Thomson Rogers’ Melanie Larock provides tips on how to draft motion materials for family law motions, common evidentiary principles applicable to motions and how to avoid common drafting pitfalls.

If you have any questions, please contact Melanie at 416-868-3231 or by EMAIL.


Melanie Larock is a partner and family lawyer at Thomson Rogers.

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