Information About Crossroads Family Law Blog
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- Brief Conflict Intervention: a free resource for Alberta parenting disputes
By Calgary Family Lawyer Matthew Wirove The Alberta Courts have established a number of resources that parties going through a separation or divorce can engage in to assist in avoiding litigation and resolve disputes. We discussed the Early Intervention Program in a previous blog. Another resource w … Read more »
- The unintended consequences of Canada’s fertility law changes
By Melissa Salfi, Vancouver family lawyer and fertility lawyerContributed to the Globe and MailCanada is considered an international surrogacy destination, with progressive laws that have attracted couples internationally. But, in just over nine months, a new Canadian fertility landscape will be bor … Read more »
- How to Choose a Better Jurisdiction for a Prenuptial Agreement
By Marcus Sixta, Calgary Family Lawyer, Vancouver Family Lawyer, MediatorWhen people move from one province to another, or even from one country to another, it can create issues for the enforcement of a prenuptial agreement or cohabitation agreement. These issues, if they can be anticipated, should … Read more »
- How to Resolve A Family Law Case? Mediation or Mediation/Arbitration?
By Amanda Marsden, Calgary family lawyerOne of the main goals of meeting with a family lawyer is to figure out how you can “be done” with the divorce process and reach a settlement. One of the most often used tools to reach a settlement are mediation or mediation-arbitration. These processes fall u … Read more »
- Crossroads Law Successful at Court of Appeal defending $25,000 Costs from Arbitration
By Marcus Sixta, Calgary family lawyer and mediator and Vancouver family lawyerWe are pleased to announce our recent victory at the Alberta Court of Appeal in which we successfully defended an appeal of a $25,000 costs award from an arbitration decision in a family law case.In Alanen v. Elliot 2019 … Read more »