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The Courts are now slowly “re-opening” with strict limitations and availability. During these difficult times, we are available to discuss your matters. For more information, please reach out to us at or call us at 844-736-0200.

As significant delays still exist, many clients are turning to alternative dispute resolution mechanisms including, Mediation and Collaborative Law. Mediation and collaborative agreements can help parties resolve issues quickly, in a private and secure setting, and are available remotely.

Many lawyers on our team are accredited Family Law Mediators and certified in Collaborative Law. They can help to expedite your matter and get results quickly. Call or email us for a consultation.

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Parents Can’t Agree On Whether Mother and Child Can Move To Alberta

When people separate or divorce, it’s not uncommon for one of the parties to look to move away. That’s usually not something that requires discussion. But when children are involved, and one of the parents wants to move, that’s when the courts may have to decide whether such a move is in the best interests …

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Recent Decision Reflects Modern Thinking On Mental Health Issues

The stigma around mental health has been slow to change, but change is happening. Mental health issues can be difficult for anyone to deal with, even if they are living in a family not going through separation or divorce. In a recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the court looked at a …

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Grandmother Seeks Access To Children

In most decisions related to access to children, the parties involved are one of the parents of the child. However, as seen in a recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, there can be occasions when issues around having access to a child pop up between parents and other parties, such as in …

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