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- Expert Witnesses for Children with Special Needs
By Matthew Katsionis, Senior Family Lawyer, VancouverAt Crossroads Law, we have represented many families who have children with special needs. Parents who are separated often encounter disputes about parenting time and child support. These disputes can be even more intense when there is a child wit … Read more »
- Moving Away With or Without Children – Changes to the Divorce Act
By Tanya Thakur, Family Lawyer VancouverAre you in the process of separating from your spouse?Changes to the federal Divorce Act, enacted on March 1 2021, may apply to you. And if you’re thinking of moving away after separation with or without your children, you should definitely review the new chan … Read more »
- Someone told me I need Independent Legal Advice: What is ILA?
By Amanda Marsden, Senior Family Lawyer, CalgaryOne of the most important pieces of a separation is ensuring you understand your rights under the law and then determining how you want those rights to apply to your specific circumstances. In order to make sure parties to an agreement have the necessa … Read more »
- Welcome Chyanne Sharma
Crossroads Law is pleased to welcome Chyanne Sharma as our first articling student! Chyanne is no stranger to our firm as she has been with us since day one, starting out as a legal assistant, then paralegal and law student. Her strong work ethic and commitment to clients will make her a great lawye … Read more »
- What if you and your ex cannot agree on the COVID-19 vaccine for your children?
By Sarah Macdonald, Family Lawyer, CalgaryWith the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine approved for children aged 12 and over since May 2021 and with Alberta and other provinces well into the fourth wave, courts across Canada have been seeing more and more legal disputes from parents who cannot agree on whether … Read more »