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Telling Evidence: The Facts about Hearsay

Telling Evidence: The Facts about Hearsay

As most people are aware, evidence is information presented to a judge that helps prove the facts of a case or disprove facts presented by the opposing side.

Share Home: The Division of Matrimonial Property

Share Home: The Division of Matrimonial Property

When it comes to divorce issues, they don’t get much bigger than division of property. However, some assets do not require equal division because they’re considered exempt.

Judge and Realtor: When a Forced Sale of Home Happens

Judge and Realtor: When a Forced Sale of Home Happens

Typically, one of the most contentious issues when property is being divided is who gets the family home. When disagreement occurs, an application to the Court often requires a forced sale. 

In Your Court: Should I Go Provincial or Supreme?

In Your Court: Should I Go Provincial or Supreme?

One of the biggest concerns in navigating the family law court registry may be whether you go to Provincial Court or the Supreme Court. Here are some answers to your questions.

You Owe Me: Spousal Support / Alimony and How to Get It

You Owe Me: Spousal Support / Alimony and How to Get It

After separation or divorce, the spouse seeking assistance must establish a need for support and the other party must have the capacity to pay. The Act's are helpful to review when determining support.

My House, My Rules: Forcing the Sale of the Family Home

My House, My Rules: Forcing the Sale of the Family Home

Your ex stuck you with the bill for the family home and took off. You tell your ex to sign off on selling the property, and he/she refuses. How do you protect your credit, and the equity in the home? 

Give Peace A Chance: 5 Tips For A Less Stressful Divorce

Give Peace A Chance: 5 Tips For A Less Stressful Divorce

Divorce can take a toll on individuals and families. Avoiding the blame-game will make the journey of separation less stressful and more productive. Here are other ways and resources to minimize the stress.

Show Me The Money: Court Costs In Family Law

Show Me The Money: Court Costs In Family Law

If you go to court, and are successful, you may be rewarded for attending by way of costs. If you are unreasonable or bring unnecessary applications before the court, you should be prepared to have costs levelled against you.