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  • Don’t Forget to Look Both Ways – Crosswalk SafetyNovember 29, 2017

    Ensuring pedestrians are safe is the duty of both the driver and the pedestrian. These obligations are not only as moral citizens but are also legal in nature. The Motor Vehicle Act includes provisions that place a certain duty of care on both motorists and pedestrians. Unless they are otherwise con … Read more »

  • Child Tax Benefits After SeparationNovember 27, 2017

    The Canada Child Tax Benefit and Canada Child Benefit help eligible families with the cost of raising children. The primary caregiver of the children is entitled to collect these benefits. Following a separation or divorce however, determining who is the primary caregiver and who is entitled to thes … Read more »

  • Southern Getaways and the Hazards of Plate GlassNovember 27, 2017

    As you plan your sun-filled vacation to an exotic southern location, keep in mind that many hotels outside of North America are constructed with lower standards than we are used to.  This results in risks and hazards we don’t usually think about.  This is especially important if your children accomp … Read more »

  • Do I Need an Interim Agreement or Order?November 17, 2017

    In the days, weeks and months following a couple’s separation there are often many moving parts.  Frequently, emotions are high, and it is an uncertain time of transition for the parties, as well as any children of the relationship. Everyone is becoming accustomed to a ‘new normal’. Immediately foll … Read more »

  • Nova Scotia’s Cyber-Protection ActNovember 8, 2017

    Two years after the Nova Scotia Supreme Court struck down the Cyber-Safety Act, the Nova Scotia Government has reintroduced new legislation to deal with cyber-bullying.  The new Act (Bill 27) will allow a victim or parents to ask a judge to order that the alleged offences stop, to take down a web-pa … Read more »