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How do Weather Conditions Impact Your Calgary Personal Injury Case?

Ice, snow, and thunderstorms can have an impact on a personal injury case. In many cases, they will complicate your claim, ensuring you need an even stronger legal team to help you pursue a settlement. This is because personal injury cases don’t compensate you because you got hurt. They compensate you because someone acted in…

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How Much Does Adultery Impact Divorce in Alberta?

Your spouse cheated. It’s natural to assume that in a fair and just world, they’d walk out of the divorce process somehow worse off than you will. In reality, adultery has a smaller impact on divorce than you might imagine. It’s important to recognize that fact and account for it.   As a Grounds For…

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How Much Does it Cost to Get Divorced in Alberta?

Paying for a divorce can cause almost as much stress as the divorce itself. Yet it’s difficult to estimate what your divorce might cost. There is no typical divorce, and it can end up costing anywhere from $1,000 to $200,000. The court fees are generally around $260, but the rest of the expenses come from…

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Can I Empty My Bank Account Before an Edmonton Divorce?

It’s natural to want to protect yourself during a divorce. Fears about whether you’ll have access to your money are common. Fears that you won’t have enough money to live on are also common. It’s also quite normal to get angry enough to want to ensure your spouse doesn’t see “one red hot cent.” Yet…

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E-Scooter Liability in Calgary, Alberta

According to Alberta Health Services, one person is seriously injured and admitted to the hospital per 100,000 e-scooter rides. Though e-scooters aren’t the first thing most people think of when they think of personal injury cases, they can still create them. Here’s what you need to know about e-scooter liability. What kinds of personal injury…

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What Happens if You Lose Your Calgary, Alberta Personal Injury Case?

While most personal injury cases come to some sort of successful conclusion, the truth is not all cases are going to be successful. What happens if yours doesn’t work out the way you’d like it to? Here’s what you need to know. You’ll be responsible for paying your own costs. Your hospital bills and other…

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Parenting Plans -The New Reality in Manitoba

Why do I need a Parenting Plan? Family Law has undergone recent changes in Manitoba, one of the most important of which is the requirement of a Parenting Plan . In finalizing their separations or divorces, parents are now required to prepare a parenting plan. That Parenting Agreement will provide the framework for fill_your dealings…

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