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Cohabitation Agreements During Covid-19

Cohabitation Agreements During Covid-19 requires careful consideration. More and more millennials are living together with their partners and not getting married. Similarly, baby boomers who are recently divorced may not want to rush into remarriage. Should Couples Make a Cohabitation Agreement during Covid-19? In today’s blog, Ana Sadovska of our Fort St John office explains […]

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Best Edmonton Family Lawyers

Looking for the best Edmonton family lawyers? Family law is a unique and often complicated area of law: very personal, very emotional, but also legally challenging. The Best Edmonton Family Lawyers know that family law involves a unique mixture of personal and legal issues, delivered with an understanding of both the law and the individual […]

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Best Penticton Family Lawyers

The Best Penticton Family Lawyers focus on helping medium to high net worth Penticton business owners, professionals, and their spouses who supported them through their careers at home raising the children, achieve a fair resolution of important family financial and child parenting issues. The Best Penticton Family Lawyers know every divorce is a big divorce […]

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Toronto Common Law Spousal Support

Toronto Common Law Spousal Support disputes are tricky. A recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision made headlines in finding a spousal support obligation for a couple who had separate residences but regularly spent time together over a 14-year long relationship. Our medium to high net worth family lawyers provide sage family law advice across BC, […]

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Calgary Family Property Act Cohabitation Agreements

Calgary Family Property Act Cohabitation Agreements are now a hot topic in Alberta. An odd thing happened during COVID-19. While the news was occupied with the COVID-19 social and economic shutdown, common-law couples in Alberta gained the same property rights upon relationship breakdown as married couples. This was a significant development in family law in Alberta. […]

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Setting Aside Marriage Separation Agreements

Our top-rated lawyers routinely represent family law clients in cases involving Setting Aside Marriage Separation Agreements. The new BC Supreme Court case of Y.L v G.L. 2020 BCSC 808 provides an amazing summary of how courts decide Setting Aside Marriage Separation Agreements disputes. Lorne MacLean, QC leads our team of property, support, and child parenting […]

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Marriage Prenuptial Agreement Lawyers

Vancouver Marriage Prenuptial Agreement Lawyers help parties get on the same page concerning how their marriage or marriage-like relationship will be structured while they are together and how things will be sorted out if the relationship ends. Maclean Law has 6 offices across BC and in Calgary where our marriage prenuptial agreement lawyers operate from. […]

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Vancouver Common Law Marriage Like Relationship

Vancouver Common Law Marriage Like Relationship lawyers help our family law clients seek child parenting time, child support, spousal support, and property division. New BC family law legislation now treats Vancouver Common Law Marriage Like Relationships the same as married relationships if certain conditions are met.  Sophie Bartholomew, Vancouver family law associate, explains what the […]

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Unfair Family Agreements Lawyers

Unfair Family Agreements Lawyers help parties set aside, vary, or enforce cohabitation, prenuptial, marriage and separation agreements. The Family Relations Act applied a test of “unfairness” and our new Family Law Act raised the bar and requires proof of “significant unfairness to vary a family property agreement. However, Unfair Family Agreements Lawyers can apply to […]

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New Calgary Common Law Property Rights

New Calgary Common Law Property Rights are coming soon. Peter Graburn explains the New Calgary Common Law Property Rights which will have unmarried couples receive the same matrimonial property division rights as married couples.  PROPOSED CHANGES TO COMMON LAW RIGHTS IN ALBERTA – A Real Game-Changer In previous posts I have discussed the different ways married […]

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