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Quinn Estate (2018), 2018 CarswellBC 543, 2018 BCSC 365 (B.C.S.C.)

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If there is a more tedious experience than an undertakings motion, it likely would be two undertakings motions.

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How will the parents’ high-conflict relationship affect the determination to award custody and/or access, and specifically to award joint custody?

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This excerpt from the updated Sentencing title examines Canadian law with regards to pre-trial conferences

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Miller Thomson on Estate Planning, release 2018-1, discusses issues related to tax dispute resolution.

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Applicant, who still lived in luxury condominium she had shared with deceased, brought motion for interim support pending return of her application for adequate provision for her support from his estate pursuant to Succession Law Reform Act

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We spoke with two recent law school graduates, Eduard Popov and Carly Deboni, to see what steps they took after graduation and advice they would give to those just beginning their journey into law.

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Rubner v. Bistricer (2018), 2018 CarswellOnt 4501, 2018 ONSC 1934 (Ont. S.C.J.)

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This excerpt from the updated Trials (Western) title examines Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan law with regards to pre-trial conferences

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Sometimes the bizarre actions of a moment in time appear less absurd when seen in their context. Regrettably that is not the case here.

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Daughter did not keep proper records as she was going along, but she supplemented her own records with records made independently by various financial institutions, and she gave detailed explanations to best of her ability

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Class v. Smith (2018), 2018 ONSC 623, 2018 CarswellOnt 5705 (Ont. S.C.J.)

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