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  • Bill C78 Means More Big Changes Coming to Family Law in Canada

    Melody Rodger Associate Tel:       403.692.3363 Email:  mrodger@vogel-llp.ca Big changes are coming to family law legislation in Canada. In April and May, we discussed the changes being introduced by Bill 28, the Family Statutes Amendment Act in Alberta. Now, Bill C78, an Act to Amend the Divorce Ac … Read more »

  • Striking a Balance with Maintenance and Support

    Leslie Taylor Associate Tel:       403.692.5201 Email:  ltaylor@vogel-llp.ca A family member of a deceased person may apply for maintenance and support from the deceased person’s estate pursuant to Part 5 of the Wills and Succession Act, SA 2010, c W-12.2. For the purpose of making an application fo … Read more »

  • Can I Disinherit My Children?

    Kasey Anderson Associate Tel:      403.692.3364 Email:  kanderson@vogel-llp.ca Common sense dictates that every individual should be able to dispose of their property upon death how they see fit. However, the law in this area is not quite this simple. While the law generally allows a person to choos … Read more »

  • The AIP – Not Just a Good Time

    Aida A. Rafie Associate Tel:       403.692.5207 Email:  arafie@vogel-llp.ca This case summary has been taken from the Vogel LLP Top 5 Quarterly Family Law Review, organized by Aida A. Rafie each month. Click here to subscribe! In Corlett v. Cavanagh, 2019 ABQB 316, the issue before the court was whe … Read more »

  • Posthumous Reproduction: Life after Death?

    Emily Gajda Associate Tel:       403.692.5217 Email:  egajda@vogel-llp.ca A Federal Judge in New York recently ruled that the parents of a 21-year-old, who was fatally injured in a skiing accident earlier this year, could use their deceased son’s frozen sperm to attempt to produce a child. The Judge … Read more »