Understanding the Impact of the Wills and Succession Act
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Understanding the Impact of the Wills and Succession Act

As of February 1, 2012, the Wills and Succession Act governs succession and estate administration in Alberta. The Wills and Succession Act significantly streamlined and updated the regulations governing wills, intestate succession, and estate planning. This article will consider the impact of the Alberta Wills and Succession Act on your Will and estate plan, whether…

How Long Does A Divorce Property Settlement Take?
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How Long Does A Divorce Property Settlement Take?

What Is A Property Settlement Agreement? Whether you have decided to work with one of the best Calgary divorce mediators, or are amicably trying to divide things between you and your spouse (or maybe, you’ve decided it’s best to let the courts handle everything); you’re going to need to come to a Property Settlement Agreement…

Why Moving Out Is The Biggest Mistake In A Divorce
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Why Moving Out Is The Biggest Mistake In A Divorce

We all know that moving out is a major step in a divorce, but before you pack your bags it’s best to make an appointment with your choice of Calgary Divorce Lawyers. Whether you’re the party who left or the one that got left behind, it’s hard to deal with these changes, especially if they’re…

Do You Know All Your Legal Spousal Rights in Alberta?:
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Do You Know All Your Legal Spousal Rights in Alberta?:

A blog about your rights during separation You and your spouse may decide to separate from each other before you file for divorce. This period of time is officially called a “separation” and may be negotiated as part of your divorce or separation agreement. The rights that you have during this time are different from…

Could the 2019 Federal Budget Help Those Separating?
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Could the 2019 Federal Budget Help Those Separating?

Could the 2019 Federal Budget Help Those Separating? In the past, the Home Buyers’ Plan (HBP) has allowed first-time homebuyers to withdraw up to $25,000 from their Registered Retirement Savings Plan to purchase a home without having to pay tax on the withdrawn amount (Budget 2019 proposes to increase the HBP limit to $35,000 per…