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McCarthy Durie Lawyers
The deadline for applications dealing with parenting arrangements over Christmas has been set for 4pm on 12 November 2021.
Kells
If a court needs to decide a parenting application, the best interests of the child is the paramount consideration.
Swaab
The case demonstrates that when making decisions, the Court's paramount consideration is the best interests of the child.
HHG Legal Group
A Supreme Court has the power to remove a trustee, but it will only exercise this power where there is a clear need.
Swaab
Separated parties now need to maintain two households with the same income that previously supported one household.
Opal Legal
This restraining injunction could only be lifted by a further order of the court or by the parties' written agreement.
Astor Legal
Discussion about polygamy & bigamy, their legality in Australia & the difference between the them.
O'Sullivan Davies Lawyers
If you die without a valid will, the Western Australian state government will decide what happens to your property.
Bermuda
Appleby
Several events that occur during many of our lives should be considered reminders for us to review our estate planning documents. Three such events are marriage, births and the transfer of...
Bosnia Herzegovina
Odvjetnicki ured Ljubic
U članku je dat pregled ostavinskog postupka unutar EU s posebnim naglaskom na situacije gdje imamo imovinu u više država članica, kao i imovinu izvan EU uz konkretan primjer iz Bosne i Hercegovine.
Canada
Torkin Manes LLP
Whether a child should be vaccinated for COVID-19 is the latest conflict between separated parents now being determined by the courts.
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
In honour of BC's Make-a-Will Week 2021, we are providing short answers to big questions that we are commonly asked in the estate planning process – today's question: "Is My Romantic Partner...
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
In honour of BC's Make-a-Will Week 2021, we are providing short answers to big questions that we are commonly asked in the estate planning process...
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
Your pet may understandably feel like a member of your family. However, under current BC law, pets are considered property.
Miller Thomson LLP
Access to family law justice has been identified as a crisis in the Canadian legal system for decades. Over the years, prominent family law...
McLennan Ross LLP
Without a valid Will, after you pass, your estate will be considered "intestate".
McCague Borlack LLP
The Ontario Court of Appeal heard an appeal in Malik v. Nikbakht, 2021 ONCA 176, brought by the plaintiff, Sarfraz Malik. The action arose from a 2013 motor vehicle accident...
Cayman Islands
Conyers
Offshore courts have considerable experience in giving directions to trustees faced with a joinder order issued by a foreign family court seeking to exercise its variation jurisdiction...
Cyprus
Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
What happens if the administrator of an estate spends not only a particular amount of money but in fact spends all the money belonging to the estate, prior to the completion of the administration procedure and ...
Collas Crill
An article by Group Partner Angela Calnan has been published in eprivateclient:'Changing times, changing needs: The growing demand among Middle Eastern families for succession planning structures in the Channel Islands'.
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