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Jan 17

Modern families can take on all different forms, which is something the courts have continued to acknowledge. Despite progressive understandings of what constitutes a family, there are still certain situations Read More

Jan 10
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Being named the executor of an estate is a serious responsibility that leaves the executor making decisions that may impact anyone who stands to benefit from a will or trust. Read More

Jan 2

The battle over vaccinations for children has been a hotly debated issue over the last couple of years. In fact, some provinces, such as New Brunswick, are debating whether mandatory Read More

Dec 27

There’s an old saying that says “the devil is in the details.” This is particularly true in the case of the law. Many of our blogs cover cases before the Read More

Dec 20

There are many cases we cover in our blog that look at the legal nuances of everyday words or sayings. It’s true that many people find themselves in disputes before Read More

Dec 13

When someone expects to be left behind something in the will of a loved one, and then find out they’ve been left out of the will, they may want to Read More

Dec 6

When going through a separation or divorce, one of the issues that often comes up is life insurance, particularly the onus of one of the parties to carry a life Read More

Nov 28

It should come as no surprise to readers of our blog that divorces, particularly those involving disputes over child custody and access, can get quite heated. Occasionally, a party’s conduct Read More

Nov 21

The world is quickly seeming like a smaller place than it was a generation ago. Digital forms of communication have allowed people to interact with those in faraway places without Read More

Nov 15

It’s natural that most cases involving custody and access disputes involve the parents of children. Occasionally, though, someone who isn’t a parent will seek custody of a child. This was Read More