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The CW : Family Law episode Baby Off Board

The lawyers are bewildered when a young couple begs them to reverse an adoption after learning about the baby’s serious health issues. Abigail (Jewel Staite) determines that the father, Ajay, is driving the decision, and convinces the mother, Jane to fight to keep the baby. Meanwhile, Daniel (Zach Smadu) makes his case for Harry (Victor Garber) to promote him to partner, after breaking it off with Danielle. Lucy (Genelle Williams) and Maggie’s (guest star Ali Liebert) differences over starting a family come to a head while Abigail and Frank (guest star Luke Camilleri) have to deal with their own parenting issues when Sofia (guest star Eden Summer Gilmore) is caught making out with a boy Abby calls “Charles Manson kid.”

“Family Law” is starring Jewel Staite, Victor Garber), Zach Smadu, Genelle Williams, Lauren Holly.

The episode was written by Sarah Dodd and directed by Alysse Leite-Rogers (#106).

The CW : Family Law episode “Baby Off Board” (1.06) airing on Sunday, November 6 at 8:00-9:00 PM.

Family Law centers around Abigail Bianchi, a high-paid personal-injury lawyer who’s good at blaming others – particularly when it comes to her own problems. After Abby’s husband kicks her out of the family home because of her drinking, she goes on a bender, shows up drunk in court and pukes on a client. The law society’s punishment is swift. She’s suspended, fined, and can only practice law again if she finds a senior lawyer who is willing to take her on and mentor her for a one year probationary period. Only one man is willing to take that risk: Harry Svensson, who runs the top family law practice in the city.

Produced by SEVEN24 Films and Lark Productions for Corus Entertainment’s Global (Canada), FAMILY LAW is created, written and executive produced by award-winning author Susin Nielsen. The series is executive produced by SEVEN24’s Jordy Randall and Tom Cox, and Lark’s Erin Haskett and Andy Mikita serve as executive producers. eOne holds international distribution rights to the series.

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