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  1. How can covid-19 affect custody issues?

    How can covid-19 affect custody issues?

    On March 14 2020, the Quebec government declared a state of health emergency across the province and implemented measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus 2019. These measures became a social responsibility for everyone. Indeed, most Quebec [ … ]

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  2. Legal representation of children

    Legal representation of children

    During difficult times of separation, children are sometimes placed in the midst of a family conflict. In any decisions directly involving a child, such as custody and access rights, children have the right to be heard by the courts, provided that [ … ]

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    Divorce: How and where to begin?

    Divorce: How and where to begin?

    You have weighed your options and you have come to terms with the fact that it is no longer realistic to think that you will “live happily ever after” with your spouse. Hence, you would be better off divorcing from him or her. First of all, it is [ … ]

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  3. What happens to the family residence in a divorce?

    What happens to the family residence in a divorce?

    Our clients frequently ask: what will happen to the family residence once a divorce application has been served and who will continue to live in the home? The family residence is considered to be the home where the family lived together during the [ … ]

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  4. Psychosocial expertise: who, when, why?

    Psychosocial expertise: who, when, why?

    In Family Law cases in which children are involved, occasionally an expert’s opinion will be needed in order to issue recommendations with regards to the child’s best interest. Who? This type of expertise can be conducted either by a psychologist [ … ]

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  5. How can you contest the paternity of your child?

    How can you contest the paternity of your child?

    Lauren, from Laval, gave birth last November and the baby’s birth certificate names her ex-boyfriend - to whom she was not married but was only dating - as the father of the child, However, Lauren also had unprotected relations with another person [ … ]

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