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August 18, 2022 By Brian Babcock The increasing prevalence of electronic communications brings with it a renewed focus on electronic discovery. Most parties and lawyers […]

Posted on April 9, 2022 In Articles, Family Law, Wills & Estates

April 9, 2022 By Brian Babcock Are you married? About to be married? About to become separated or divorced? Already separated but not divorced? If […]

Posted on January 15, 2022 In Articles, Family Law

January 15, 2022 By Margaret Waddington You might think that in the 21st century, we no longer need worry about whether a marriage is valid […]

Posted on November 1, 2021 In Articles, Family Law

November 1, 2021 By Margaret Waddington & Jessica Bevilacqua As COVID-19 vaccines rollout across Canada for those aged 12 and up, and with vaccination for […]

Posted on October 31, 2021 In Articles, Family Law, General & Commercial Litigation

October 31, 2021 By Martha Petryshyn & Mark Lahn In early 2021, Weilers associate Martha Petryshyn conducted a five-day trial using the video conferencing software […]

Posted on October 16, 2021 In Articles, Family Law, General & Commercial Litigation

October 16, 2021 By Brian Babcock Solicitor-client privilege is an important feature of our legal system. In order for you to have confidence to discuss […]

Posted on August 14, 2020 In Articles, Family Law, Real Estate Law, Wills & Estates

August 14, 2020 By Brian Babcock It is important to know whether a transfer of property within a family is intended to be a gift or […]

Posted on August 14, 2020 In Articles, Family Law

August 14, 2020 By Margaret Waddington Do: Start a calendar or journal. Keeping track of who had care of the kids and when or where […]

July 29, 2020 By Brian Babcock Every time I tell someone I will be teaching Trusts in January, I get the question back, “What is Trusts?” […]

Posted on July 29, 2020 In Articles, Family Law, General & Commercial Litigation

July 29, 2020 By Brian Babcock Obtaining a judgment or court order is only the first step toward satisfaction. The order must still be acted upon […]