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5 March 2015

End-of-Life Planning: Put Your Affairs in Order, Before It’s Too Late

Making a plan for the future is always a good idea. Recent news coverage of BC Alzheimer’s patient Margot Bentley and the Court of Appeal ruling on the effectiveness of her so-called “living will” serve to highlight the importance of taking care to make effective personal planning agreements in anticipation of the onset of degenerative…

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3 March 2015

Help Dealing with the Emotional Impact of a Relationship Breakdown

The breakdown of a marriage or common-law relationship is hard. If you are thinking about ending a significant relationship you may be worried about your kids, your income, your assets and your future. Aside from needing legal advice, which the Watson Goepel Family Law Group can provide, you should also consider finding an objective sympathetic…

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18 February 2015

Why people divorce.

Jonathan Lazar, a partner in the Family Law Group here at Watson Goepel LLP, is no stranger to tough questions like this one when people find out he’s been practicing family law for the last 20 years. Click here to find out what he has to say on the subject and his views on the…

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6 February 2015

Modern families need modern family law agreements.

Are you contemplating cohabiting, marrying or remarrying? Do you need practical advice on protecting your assets and what is required to prepare a valid family law agreement? Contact our Family Law team or read more on our Family Law Blog.

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7 October 2014

Immigration: The Express Entry Program

Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) is expected to implement changes to three of the federal economic immigration programs on January 1, 2015, which may make the process of obtaining permanent resident status in Canada significantly more difficult for some applicants. A new program, dubbed Express Entry, will be implemented on that date and will affect…

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