Terry's practice focuses on economic issues in family law including complex community of property claims, spousal support, and child support. He advises and litigates on behalf of self-employed persons, entrepreneurs and their spouses in regard to valuation issues, income tax issues and structured settlements. His practice also involves negotiating or litigating spousal and child support issues and their tax implications.
Terry is the author of numerous articles on family law and author of the following leading textbooks used by Canadian lawyers, nationally and provincially:
- Divorce Act Manual. Canada Law Book, 1994
- Ontario Family Law Act Manual. 2nd ed. Canada Law Book, 1992
- Child Support Guidelines Service. Canada Law Book, 1998
- Paper, Feb 2011 - Constructive Trust: The Supreme Court Speaks
He is a former member of the Law Society’s Family Law Certification Committee. He is a Past President Middlesex Family Lawyers Association.
He taught the Economics of Family Law, University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Law from 1993-1999, and Family Law at the Bar Admission Course from 1979-1992.
He teaches family law for the Ontario Institute of Chartered Accountants and writes the annual Family Law Newsletter for the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators.
Voted "Lawyer of the Year 2010 - Family Law, London/Windsor Area" according to www.bestlawyers.com
Bachelor of Laws (with distinction), University of Western Ontario
Bachelor of Arts, History, Waterloo Lutheran University
Assistant: June MacDonald