A separation is when two people decide to end their domestic relationship. It is not a legal term, and it’s not something that is granted by a court of law. Married couples may decide to separate, but not necessarily get [...read full post]
There’s an old adage that says nothing lasts forever. No British Columbia couple heading down the aisle thinks they will one day be facing divorce, which encompasses having to deal with issues such as the division of property. So, some [...read full post]
Categorized: Property Division.
The truth is that the law doesn’t assume grandparents have the right to have a relationship with their grandchildren, nor does it assume grandchildren have that same right. The Family Law Act in Alberta does not protect grandparents’ rights to [...read full post]
Categorized: Family Law.
There may be instances when issues regarding children prompt intervention. Alberta family law rules always have the best interests of children at heart when it comes to dealing with children’s issues. Children have rights and when they’re old enough to [...read full post]
Categorized: Children's Issues.
If you and your spouse have a child, it may seem obvious that Canadian law considers you parents. This title gives you the rights and responsibilities you may associate with parenting, many of which you may not give a second [...read full post]