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How is spousal support calculated in Alberta?

How is spousal support calculated in Alberta?

When a marriage ends, it often means more than just the end of a relationship.  In order to lessen the financial impact on the parties involved –whether including children or not– spousal (or Adult Interdependent Partner) support may be granted by the courts after...

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Your Right to Speak With a Lawyer After You Are Arrested

Your Right to Speak With a Lawyer After You Are Arrested

According to the Canadian Charter of Rights of Freedoms if you are arrested you have a number of rights.  The CCRF is in place to protect these rights. Some of the most important rights are: The right to remain silent when questioned by the police. The right to be...

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How to Beat Drug Charges in Canada

How to Beat Drug Charges in Canada

Drug charges are very serious. While many people believe that possessing a small amount of an illegal substance or recreational usage of illegal substances won’t do any harm, they are greatly mistaken.  When someone is convicted of a criminal offence under the...

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Driving Over 80 versus Impaired Driving

Driving Over 80 versus Impaired Driving

Everyone knows that you should never drive drunk.  If you drink, leave your keys and take a cab.  We hear this over and over again on commercials, radio ads and see this very message posted in bars and pubs. What happens if you do not think you are drunk?  What...

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What happens when you are arrested for a criminal offense

What happens when you are arrested for a criminal offense

Avoiding criminal activity is a priority for most people; however, whether or not someone has actually committed an offence, there is the possibility that they could face criminal charges. As such, people may not know exactly what process they will go through in being...

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How do DUI charges affect a license in Alberta?

How do DUI charges affect a license in Alberta?

The Alberta Administrative License Suspension (AALS) applies to you and your license if you have been pulled over for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and you:   were found to be in violation of the federal legal limits for alcohol, cannabis or a combination of both,...

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