You may not think it, but the first prenuptial agreement of which we have record goes back two millennia and was written with hieroglyphs! While divorce, settlements and alimony seem like modern problems– they very well could have existed hand-in-hand with the practice of lifelong commitment. Likewise prenuptial agreements have their roots in ancient civilizations,…Read More Here!
People rely on contracts to define the bounds of an agreement. Contracts are used in a variety of businesses, and are put in place to make sure both parties understand what’s been agreed upon and what is to be expected. So what happens when someone doesn’t hold their end of the contract up? A contract…Read More Here!
Employment disputes need to be handled carefully and properly to minimize risks for both the employer and the employee involved. If you’ve found yourself involved in an employment dispute, an employment lawyer can help educate and navigate you through the situation so as to minimize the amount of lost time, money and damages. Read on…Read More Here!
When a couple decides to get a divorce, the most important decision surrounds what is going to happen to any children involved. Parents often worry not only about making sure they are doing what is best for their child, but also about how much time they are going to get with their child. Join Heritage…Read More Here!
When couples get divorced, they aren’t always able to agree on a custody arrangement for their children. If both parties are unable to reach common ground, the decision will go to the court. While each custody case is unique, there is a criteria of sorts that a judge will use to get a clear picture…Read More Here!
When a couple decides to file for divorce, one of the biggest things that needs to be dealt with is the division of assets – both individual and joint. Read on to learn more about how assets are divided in a divorce in Alberta. The Matrimonial Property Act While divorce in Canada is a federal…Read More Here!
We know – it’s a long, confusing phrase. But the good news is that you probably already know about Adult Interdependent Relationships, just by their former name of “common-law relationships”. In 2003, the Albertan Government introduced the Adult Interdependent Relationships Act, which effectively removed the usage of the term “common-law” from Alberta laws. Read on…Read More Here!
The executor of your estate is able to perform all the legal tasks on your behalf after you pass away. Things like paying bills, filing income tax, terminating credit cards and distributing your assets all fall under the responsibility of your executor. Clearly, this is an important job, and choosing the right person to act…Read More Here!
Purchasing a new home build is much different than purchasing a previously owned home. There are a number of added steps to a new home build that can make the process extra confusing for someone who doesn’t deal with this stuff regularly. It’s these added steps and confusion that make it incredibly important to include…Read More Here!
Planning for a time when you are no longer around can be difficult to do, which is why many people continue to die without a proper plan for their estate in place. More than just writing a will, planning your estate will ensure stress on your loved ones is minimized and that your wishes are…Read More Here!