Andrew Sudano, Associate

Andrew practices in all areas of family law including custody issues, child support, separation agreements, child protection, as well as contested and uncontested divorces.

Andrew was called to the Bar in Ontario after completing an LL.B. at the University of New Brunswick. Prior to attending law school, Andrew graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in English and History at the University of Toronto (high distinction).

Andrew’s goal is to provide clients with the best legal services possible. To him that means finding out what his individual clients’ needs are, tailoring a strategy to suit those needs, and striving to resolve the clients’ issues in a cost-effective, efficient and timely manner.

Andrew has appeared at the Ontario Court of Justice, the Ontario Superior Court and the Ontario Court of Appeal. Andrew is also a member of the Family Lawyers Association and Ontario Bar Association.

In his spare time, Andrew enjoys Latin dancing, dragon boat racing and karaoke.

Publications

  • Honour (and Support) Thy Mother and Father: An Examination of “Parent Support”
    If you did not already know, a parent’s obligation to financially support their child is not a one-way responsibility. As the baby- boomer generation approaches retirement, what does the law say about our legal responsibilities to support our elders (in addition, of course, to our moral ones). In this article, Andrew Sudano discusses the law surrounding this reciprocal support obligation.
    —Andrew Sudano, Ontario Bar Association website, September 30, 2014
  • From Private to Public – The Use of Audio Recordings (Without Consent) in Family Law Litigation
    In light of the recent Donald Sterling controversy engulfing the National Basketball Association, it is important to examine the difficulty family courts and counsel face when considering the admission of audio recordings into evidence, including when a recording is made without the knowledge and consent of the other party.
    —Andrew Sudano, Ontario Bar Association website, July 10, 2014