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Cooper Grace Ward
If a child's welfare is adversely affected, a parent's right to freedom of mobility defers to the child's best interests.
Logie Smith Lanyon
If you die without a will, the government decides who shares your estate and who will be responsible for managing it.
Cooper Grace Ward
General advice is to discuss any proposed relocation with the other parent, ideally utilising family dispute resolution.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Sources of information about adoptions in NSW are not always easy to find, so this article aims to put them together.
Holding Redlich
Ensuring that you have an up-to-date will and estate plan are essential components of personal crisis management.
Kells
A POA is necessary if you do not have the authority to manage your own affairs or to make your own financial decisions.
HHG Legal Group
What is negative equity? Important considerations, how it can affect family law & deceased estate legal proceedings.
Mellor Olsson Lawyers
Legal Personal Representatives must exercise caution before making distributions to ensure they do not become personally liable.
British Virgin Islands
O'Neal Webster
In high-value divorce litigation, certain matrimonial assets held in offshore vehicles and structures are commonly unaccounted for.
Canada
Devry Smith Frank LLP
In the recently decided case of Ribeiro vs Wright, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice affirmed that parties with a pre-existing separation agreement...
Clark Wilson LLP
At the outset of this article, I acknowledge that my experience with this pandemic will be different from many of yours.
Pallett Valo LLP
"If you buy in Registry, you get to die in Registry", as Jeffrey Lem (Ontario's Director of Titles) is prone to quoting as the general rule applicable here.
Clark Wilson LLP
The BC Legislature has not been in session for most of the time spanning the COVID-19 pandemic and the provincial state of emergency (the state of emergency was declared on March 18 and the...
MLT Aikins LLP
Bill 24, the COVID-19 Pandemic Response Statutes Amendment Act, was introduced in the Alberta Legislature and passed first reading on June 18, 2020.
Miller Thomson LLP
British Columbia introduced legislation on June 22, 2020, to enable courts to accept electronic wills and to permit the remote witnessing of wills.
McLennan Ross LLP
On June 18, 2020, the Government of Alberta introduced Bill 24, the COVID-19 Pandemic Response Statutes Amendment Act, 2020 ("Bill 24").
Rotfleisch & Samulovitch P.C.
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced all industries to reevaluate how they do day-to-day business.
Cyprus
G. Vrikis & Associates LLC
Although it is not mandatory to create a will in Cyprus, it is nevertheless recommended in order to avoid any misunderstandings and complications, especially in regard to immovable property.
France
Soulier Avocats
Déplacer un enfant à l'étranger sans l'autorisation de l'autre parent ou en l'absence de décision judiciaire peut être une décision lourde de conséquences. Pour autant, ces situations sont de plus en plus fréquentes.
Soulier Avocats
Removing a child abroad without the permission of the other parent or in the absence of a court order can be a decision with far-reaching consequences. However, such situations are becoming increasingly frequent.
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