In Part 1 of this article, you learned that some Calgary divorces go through a process called Alternative Dispute Resolution, or ADR.
Divorce can be a scary prospect and though there is typically some disagreement, we strive to achieve our clients walking away with the best possible future.
Many people in Calgary—perhaps most people who have never gone through a divorce—see a divorce as an end.
Many of our clients here at GDE Family Law, one of Calgary's premier family and divorce law firms, are surprised when they learn that most Calgary divorces aren't settled in Court in front of a...
As one of Calgary's most dedicated family and divorce law firms, we help our clients dealing with common problems in Calgary divorces every day.
In Part 1 of this article, you read that no matter how personally impactful your divorce may be, Calgary's divorce laws and the judges in divorce cases don't look at the emotional aspects of a...
There's no denying that divorces are intense personal ordeals—as personal as the marriages they mark the end of.
Financial concerns are paramount in many Calgary divorces, with questions of income differences, spousal support, the matrimonial residence and other jointly owned property, and splitting jointly-held bank and investment accounts among the first questions our...
For most common issues in Calgary divorces—the splitting of assets and debts, dividing ownership interests in properties, and so forth—Canada's divorce laws treat a marriage like nothing more or less than a legal partnership.
At GDE Family Law, one of Calgary's premier family law and divorce law firms, we help our clients make the best of what is typically a stressful situation.
Every divorce in Calgary is unique, but there's a process that is typical of most.You contact a divorce lawyer, who discusses your options with you and starts the official process.
Divorces aren't easy on anyone.You're separating from someone who at one time you planned on spending the rest of your life with.
In Part 2 of this article, we dove into the subject of child custody in Calgary divorces.You saw that Canada's Divorce Act allows judges to award custody to one or more persons, which paves the way for what we typically call "joint custody" or "shared custody.
In Part 1 of this article, you learned that Canada's Divorce Act spells out one sole consideration when it comes to determining custody in a Calgary divorce: the welfare of the child(ren) involved.
At GDE Family Law, one of Calgary's most dedicated family law and divorce law firms, we see the legal and the emotional sides of divorce every day.