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Innovation in Family Law

Innovation in family law The family court system in Canada is a mess. It is expensive, inefficient and does not serve the needs of families. Anyone who has entered a family court room, either as a litigant,or a lawyer, is aware of the problems. There has been little to no effective innovation in family law in decades. Our system fails the very people who need it the most. [...]

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Can my landlord evict me?

landlord evict
 Were you  served with an eviction notice? Are you confused, scared, nervous and wondering if your landlord can evict you? The Residential Tenancies Act  sets out the rules [...]

Foreclosure Law in Alberta

Foreclosure
Foreclosure is the legal process that allows a mortgagee (usually a bank)  to take possession of property because the mortgagor (the owner) has defaulted on the mortgage. [...]

What is a Personal Guarantee?

Personal Guarantee
Have you ever agreed to a personal guarantee? Maybe for a friend, a child, a spouse or another family member? If you own an incorporated small business, a bank might ask [...]

Do I need a Travel Consent Letter to take my kids across the border?

Travel Consent
Christmas holiday season is fast approaching, and for single parents planning to travel, the burning question is "what documents do I need?" or "Do I need a travel consent [...]

Last Will and Testament

Last will & testament
Your Last Will & Testament is a key part of your estate plan.  It is important to understand what a Last Will & Testament does, and does not do to avoid problems.  Let [...]

Question of the Week (QOW) Reply- What does a Buyer Need to Know?

Home Buyer Seller Real Estate
Law on Demand invites you to post legal questions on our Facebook page, every week. If your question gets the most likes, it is answered after the competition closes [...]

If I never get to see my kid, do I have to pay child support?

Law on Demand
  The simple answer is yes. The longer answer is that child support is a right of the child, and the amount of time you spend with your child does not determine [...]

Question of the Week

On the Law On Demand Facebook page, we answer one legal question a week. If you have a question, visit our page and ask your question in the comments. The question with [...]

Personal Health Directive

A Personal Health Directive, sometimes referred to as a Living Will, is part of your Estate Plan. Check out this short video to learn about what it is, and why you need [...]

Is a Rent-to-Own a Good Idea?

With the changes to mortgage approval rules, it is harder than ever to be approved for a mortgage. This is a problem for both Buyers and Sellers. Buyer's cannot afford to [...]