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AP Lawyers 2018 Top Choice Awards Highlight

by Angela Princewill

September 11, 2018

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Surviving the first day of school – Best interest of the child

by Angela Princewill

September 6, 2018

Back to school for children means a new adjustment for families. For children of separated parents, this could become...

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My ex-girlfriend is refusing to let me see my children. Can I bring a contempt motion?

by Angela Princewill

June 6, 2018

By Sherine Abdi Having an order in a Family Law proceeding is one thing; whether the conditions of that...

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Anisa Dattu’s Top 5 Tips when Applying for a Post Graduate Work Permit

by Angela Princewill

January 24, 2018

Get it in early- Many people believe that their application is due 90 days from the date of their graduation...

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PENSIONS – Asset vs Income

by Angela Princewill

December 21, 2017

Upon separation, pensions are valued differently depending on whether the the owner is retired or not. A pension right...

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Unequal Division of Net Family Property

by Angela Princewill

November 6, 2017

Thinking of asking for an unequal division of your net family property? Getting an order for unequal division requires...

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LMIA and CETA Exemption

by Angela Princewill

November 2, 2017

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Our Firm’s Better Billing Practice

by Angela Princewill

October 31, 2017

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What to Expect at a Case Conference

by Angela Princewill

September 29, 2017

It is often nerve-racking and overwhelming in the days leading up to a Case Conference as such it is...

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