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- View from the Driver’s Seat: Banaszek Family Law prepares you for your initial consultation with a family lawyer
Working up the courage to attend at an initial consultation with a family and divorce lawyer is a hurdle for many people to overcome. Many people believe that they must be prepared to walk away from their relationship or be prepared to endure protracted litigation if they are scheduling a meeting wi … Read more »
- PROVIDE, DON'T HIDE: Banaszek Family Law explains disclosure in Alberta family law matters
“Non-disclosure of assets is the cancer of matrimonial property litigation” (Cunha v Cunha). Many individuals resist providing complete financial disclosure in their family law and divorce proceedings, which invariably increases delays and sparks the potential for excessive litigation. During the fi … Read more »
- The Basics of Child Support
Banaszek Family Law explains how Alberta’s and Canada’s child support regimes strive to create financial equality in the households of separated parents to benefit children: Child support is a legal right of every child, which is safeguarded by the Alberta and Canadian legal systems. Children of int … Read more »
- Prenups are for Lovers: Banaszek Family Law dispels myths about marriage contracts
What is more romantic than giving your future spouse certainty about how you intend to divide your assets and debts upon separation (if irreconcilable differences crop up) before tying the knot? NOTHING. Adrianna Banaszek of Banaszek Family Law explains what prenuptial agreements are, and why they a … Read more »
- Legal Coaching: Banaszek Family Law offers legal support that fits your needs
At Banaszek Family Law, we understand that retaining a lawyer to represent you in your family law or divorce matter can be an unexpected and costly expense. We also understand that no one else knows your family law matter and family dynamic better than you do, so self-representing may be the most ef … Read more »
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