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Family Docket Court: What to expect when you’re expecting (to go to court for the first time)

So you just received an email with a Notice to Attend Family Docket, with a court date and a link, and you have some questions about what is going [...]

Family Docket Court: What to expect when you’re expecting (to go to court for the first time)2022-07-15T18:14:59+00:00

Sex Work Laws in Alberta and Elsewhere – Why Shannon Says You Should Care

You likely missed it. There was an article about it in the Calgary Herald[1], but otherwise Covid news, and cute cats got all the attention. To be fair – [...]

Sex Work Laws in Alberta and Elsewhere – Why Shannon Says You Should Care2022-07-15T17:59:47+00:00

Collaborative Family Law – Spreading Virtually Like a Pandemic (But a Good One!)

Normally, when couples decide to end their relationship, there are a number of ways they can do it. If there is a high level of cooperation between the [...]

Collaborative Family Law – Spreading Virtually Like a Pandemic (But a Good One!)2022-07-15T18:02:27+00:00

What to do After an Unsuccessful IRS Appeal: An Explanation of Judicial Reviews

So, you fought against the Notice of Administrative Penalty (NAP) you received, and although you and your lawyer gave your best efforts, the Penalty was, ultimately, confirmed.  Unfortunately, this [...]

What to do After an Unsuccessful IRS Appeal: An Explanation of Judicial Reviews2022-07-15T17:57:47+00:00

Impending 1-Year Anniversary of Alberta’s Immediate Roadside Sanction Regime and What 2022 Might Bring

Where has the last year gone?  We are already approaching one year since the legislation on Immediate Roadside Sanctions came into effect in Alberta on December 1, 2020. In [...]

Impending 1-Year Anniversary of Alberta’s Immediate Roadside Sanction Regime and What 2022 Might Bring2021-11-09T23:07:55+00:00
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