Musson Law Firm in the Media
The Modern Divorce Show – Episode 11
The Modern Divorce Show – Episode 10
The Modern Divorce Show – Episode 9
The Modern Divorce Show – Episode 8
The Modern Divorce Show – Episode 7
The Modern Divorce Show – Episode 6
The Modern Divorce Show – Episode 5
The Modern Divorce Show – Episode 4
The Modern Divorce Show – Episode 3
The Modern Divorce Show – Episode 2
The Modern Divorce Show – Episode 1
The Modern Divorce Show Preview with Amber Payie
The Modern Divorce Show Preview with Jim Lang
Lawyer Anna-Marie Musson recently sat down with What She Said Host Candace Simpson to discuss the battle parents are facing (sometimes with each other) on whether or not their children should go back to school.
In this interview on The Evan Solomon Show, Anna-Marie Musson discusses parents who are separated (and not separated) disagreeing about sending their children back to school during the COVID-19 pandemic and how a decision can be made. Listen below starting at 21:50:
Help Me Sara Interview: How to Stay Out of Court When Divorcing
Global News Interview
In this interview with Global News, Lawyer Anna-Marie Musson explains the surge in phone calls from distressed couples who are feeling the pressure and seeking divorce guidance during the coronavirus pandemic. Watch below.
CHEX News Video Interview
What happens when you and your former partner don’t agree on whether you should send the kids to school again?
Watch the interview with Collaborative Lawyer Anna-Marie Musson.
CFRA Ottawa Radio Interview with Lawyer Anna-Marie Musson
How COVID-19 Is Affecting Parental Decisions About Going Back to School
Listen Here, Interview Begins at 1:30
Breakfast Television Interviews Anna-Marie Musson
In this interview with Canada’s Breakfast Television, Anna-Marie explains the uptick in divorce inquiries since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic that she has experienced at Musson Law Firm. She also explains how the Collaborative Law process can help families move forward.
Lawyer Anna-Marie Musson Featured in Bay Today Article
In this news article, from Bay Today, Lawyer Anna-Marie Musson explains how the decision to take a gap year from college during the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting family plans and previously made parenting agreements. You can read the full article, here.
Anna-Marie Musson Interviewed by CTV
In this interview with CTV, Anna-Marie Musson explains how Collaborative Law can help parents who are separated negotiate support and tuition payments due to the financial stressors of the COVID-19 pandemic, one of which includes paying for their child’s college.
Interview with the Podcast “The Next Normal with Dave Trafford”
In this podcast interview, Anna-Marie Musson discusses the “COVID Cohort,” who are the high school grads that intended to go to college in September, but the pandemic has altered those plans. Anna-Marie shares how the COVID Cohort is creating a new set of unexpected challenges and pressures for couples and families navigating Family Law in Canada.
Interview with CTV News London
As the world still faces the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, some students are opting for a “leap-year” from college or university. In this story, Lawyer Anna-Marie Musson explains how the pandemic has affected the ability to afford tuition. You can read the full story by clicking the link below, or watch the interview below:
Interview with CP-24 Toronto
In this interview, Anna-Marie Musson explains the rise in marriage breakdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic and how collaborative law can help couples and families who find themselves needing a family lawyer during this time.
The Wellness Prescription with Dr. Claudia, May 24th, 2020
In this interview, Anna-Marie Musson discusses the realities of divorce in the time of COVID-19 with Dr. Claudia on The Wellness Prescription on 105.9 The Region.
Listen to the Interview Here:
Watch the Interview Here:
The Evan Solomon Show, May 6th, 2020
Interview: Sitting Down with Anna-Marie Musson, Principal at Musson Law Toronto
“Anna-Marie Musson always wanted to work in a profession that would allow her to help people and utilize
her degree in psychology. The now successful Toronto lawyer practices the specialized approach to divorce
known as Collaborative Law, which is changing the way that people get divorced. She knows through personal experience that the often bitter battlefield of divorce doesn’t have to be as toxic and combative as people fear.”