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In the event of a "Not So Happy New Year" Here's How to Prepare for your first meeting with a family law lawyer
This web page has tips about how to prepare for your first meeting with a family law lawyer. Topics include: doing some research in advance, calling the lawyer first, making a list of questions, and asking the legal assistant what to bring with you.Resource Type:BasicsSource:JP Boyd on Family LawLanguage:English
Travailler efficacement avec votre avocate ou avocat
Travailler avec une avocate ou un avocat pour vous aider à régler un problème juridique
peut être compliqué et parfois, intimidant, particulièrement si la question est très
personnelle ou très stressante pour vous. Savoir comment bien travailler avec votre
avocate ou avocat peut rendre le processus judiciaire plus satisfaisant et vous aider à
réussir.Resource Type:BasicsSource:Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Women and ChildrenLanguage:French
The Vexing Question of Authority to Grant Vexatious Litigant Orders
This article is written for lawyers, so may be a challenge to read. It describes how judges deal with "vexatious litigants," and describes the court cases that have recently dealt with the topic.Resource Type:Reports & DocumentsSource:ABlawgLanguage:English
My Learned Friend Audio Copy
This recording has information about what happens when one party in a dispute has a lawyer, but the other party does not have a lawyer. It describes how self-represented litigants can have a good relationship with the other party's lawyer.Resource Type:Reports & DocumentsSource:The National Self-Represented Litigants ProjectLanguage:English
If Spouses Reach a Separation Agreement But Later Reconcile, Is the Agreement Still Good?
This article has information about whether a separation agreement is still valid if the couple reconciles and then separates again. This resource describes a recent court case in Ontario that dealt with this matter.Resource Type:Private SourceSource:Russell Alexander, Collaborative Family LawyersLanguage:English
10 Reasons you Need a Pre-Nuptial Agreement
This web page has information about why couples should consider having a pre-nuptial agreement in place.Resource Type:Private SourceSource:McGurk Fraese Family LawyersLanguage:English