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Stacks Law Firm
Does your marriage, separation or divorce affect your will? How your assets are divided if you die intestate?
Stacks Law Firm
Interesting article answering questions about bigamy and what happens when the bigamist dies.
Cooper Grace Ward
Link to podcast discussing the significance of the date of separation in a family law matter.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
Overview on what has changed, why it was changed, and importantly, how it may impact you.
Kells
Reminder to review your Will from time to time to ensure your appointed executors are alive, willing & able to carry out this role.
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.
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.
Cambodia
Harvey Law Group
Matrimonial property regime refers to a regime that limits the freedom of spouses to manage property and the couple's obligations to the family.
Canada
Gowling WLG
From the whirlwind of practical changes brought about by the pandemic also came other substantive changes to the Estates world.
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 – our final question is: "Is a Will Enough??"
Blaney McMurtry LLP
When considering a family law appeal, the function of the appellate Court and the level of respect given to the initial decision, also known as the standard of review, are important.
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...
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...
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