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- New Saskatchewan Legislation to Propose Required Attempts at Reconciliation
New Saskatchewan Legislation to Propose Required Attempts at Reconciliation Recently, new legislation has been proposed in Saskatchewan that will require couples that are seeking to separate or divorce to have a last crack at reconciliation before heading to court. In practice, couples will be requi … Read more »
- Wednesday’s Video Clip: Top 5 Ontario Spousal Support Tips
Wednesday’s Video Clip: Top 5 Ontario Spousal Support Tips At Russell Alexander, Family Lawyers our focus is exclusively family law, offering pre-separation legal advice and assisting clients with family related issues including: custody and access, separation agreements, child and spousal support, … Read more »
- Equalization Payment: Can You Get Pre-Judgment Interest Added, For the Time Leading Up to Trial?
Equalization Payment: Can You Get Pre-Judgment Interest Added, For the Time Leading Up to Trial? At what point can a spouse claim pre-judgment interest against the other, for the time leading up to trial? Does it start at the first “volley” of litigation between them? Or only once certain legal c … Read more »
- Family Law Now | Ep. 12: Everything You Need to Know About Becoming a Lawyer
Episode Info On this episode, Russell Alexander interviews Law Student, Stephanie Brooks, to find out if her experience has been as glamorous as it is portrayed in the movies. Stephanie opens up about her young thoughts of becoming a lawyer. She talks about her very first time in court and face-to-f … Read more »
- Can You Sue Someone for Dumping You?
Can You Sue Someone for Dumping You? If someone breaks up with you against your will, can you sue for monetary damages? And does it matter if you just spent money on their birthday? This was among the questions for the court in Bobel v. Humecka and Patten, where the man’s purported legal claims aga … Read more »