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Celebrating Father’s Day After Divorce
First and foremost, it is important to communicate with your children. As a divorced parent, you still have the right to celebrate Father’s Day. Speak openly to your children about how they feel and make sure they understand that celebrating this day is something you both can do together no matter what changes have occurred in your family structure.
Divorce: How to Stop Cutting Weeks in Half
It’s important to remember that while the divorce process can be confusing and overwhelming, there are steps you can take to regain some control. One of these is to seek out guidance and support as soon as possible. Not only will a knowledgeable attorney provide invaluable insight into the legal aspects of your situation.
Making A Bail Review Application
Bail in criminal law is the release of an accused person prior to being tried in court for the alleged criminal offence. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the right not to be denied bail without a reasonable cause. That suggests that, where the court sees a reasonable cause based on the position advanced by the crown, bail maybe denied.
Bail Application Upon Arrest
One of the concerns anyone arrested may have is that of their liberty going forward. They know they will have their day in court, but they may be worried if they will be in custody while dealing with that or be able to attend to it from their homes. In the Canadian administration of criminal justice, bail is allowed during the pendency of trial.
What are the sexual assault laws in Canada?
Sexual assault laws in Canada are defined in the Criminal Code of Canada and provide protection for individuals who have been subjected to unwanted sexual contact or conduct.
Real Estate Law in Alberta: An Overview
Real estate law in Alberta governs the buying and selling of real property, as well as the ownership and use of land. If you are involved in a real estate transaction in Alberta, it is important to have a basic understanding of the relevant laws and regulations.