Family Mediation And The The Division Of Assets

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Parenting After an Emergency Protection Order

Parenting After an Emergency Protection Order

With the implementation of the Protection Against Family Violence Act in Alberta, Emergency Protection Orders (“EPO’s”) have unfortunately become all too common in the family law world. Often, clients come to MD Law Group after an EPO has been granted against them and they are distraught because they are no longer able to see their child(ren).
Divorced with Children: What to Do During Summer Break?

Divorced with Children: What to Do During Summer Break?

hen it comes to planning for the summer, divorced parents must become creative and consider each parent's situation. One strategy is to alternate weeks between both parents, allowing kids to spend equal amounts of time with each during summer break. This could mean that one parent gets their week when the other has work or other commitments they need to attend to.
Family Mediation And The The Division Of Assets

Family Mediation And The The Division Of Assets

Another important question to consider is how the division of assets will be handled. In many cases, couples can agree on who gets what without too much difficulty, but it's not always easy! Even small items like furniture and appliances can cause a great deal of dispute between parties during a divorce.
Effects of Divorce on School Aged Children

Effects of Divorce on School Aged Children

This is just one of the many examples of how divorce affects children. Children who experience parental divorce go through a range of emotions such as sadness, disappointment, confusion, and fear. They can also feel isolated, insecure, and angry. Divorce can have a significant psychological impact on kids that often carries over into adulthood.
What Is The Safe Roads Initiative In Alberta

What Is The Safe Roads Initiative In Alberta

The SafeRoads initiative is one of the most significant changes to Alberta’s impaired driving laws since the introduction of ‘check stops’ in 2000. As part of its responsibilities, SafeRoads has the power to issue administrative penalties rather than prosecuting impaired driving offenses through criminal courts.
Fresh Evidence Through A Private Investigator

Fresh Evidence Through A Private Investigator

Fresh evidence on appeal, as it suggests, implies new evidence that was not brought before the trial court. Consequently, the applicant seeks to use it at the appeal court. Appeals are generally decided based on the records from the court below and the arguments of counsel, not new trial.