January’s unofficial nickname Divorce Month circulates through the offices of divorce and family lawyers and has become an almost accepted fact. And, lawyers gear up for this busy time of year. So, is the name ‘Divorce Month’ for January correct? Like all myths: it’s not completely accurate, but not completely wrong.
Critical questions you should ask before hiring a criminal defence attorney in Alberta to ensure the best possible outcome for your case.
The path towards exoneration: Frequently asked questions on how to successfully appeal if you have been wrongly convicted of a crime in Canada.
Unsure about whether you have to pay child support after your child turns 18-years-old? We answer FAQs about post secondary support in Alberta.
Once you start divorce proceedings, your life may be under scrutiny and your social media presence be investigated.
In Alberta there is a very real possibility that Child and Family Services will be contacted if a child is at risk. If it is in the best interest of the child, the child can be removed from the home.
Work for your kids not against them. 12 tips on how to effectively co-parent during the holidays.
Calgary CrimInal Defence Lawyer Charles Fair discusses three tips if you have been falsely accused of a crime.
As part of honouring Family Violence Prevention Month, we answer FAQs, so you know what to do if you or others are in difficult, abusive situations.
The Family Law Act accords specific rights to unmarried couples who are in adult interdependent relationships, regardless of sexual orientation or identity. Unmarried gay couples who want to separate in Alberta have legal rights.