Civil Litigation Lawyers in Edmonton, AB

Injunctive Relief in Commercial Litigation: A Comprehensive Guide

Introduction Commercial litigation is a complex and high-stakes area of law, where traditional monetary damages may not always provide adequate protection for the rights and interests of parties involved. In Alberta, as in the rest of Canada, the legal system offers the option of seeking injunctive relief to prevent irreparable harm in commercial disputes. This […]
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A Holographic Will? It’s not what you think!

The Wills and Succession Act of Alberta establishes specific criteria for the validity of a formal Will. It stipulates that, first, the Will must be in written form, and second, it must bear the signature of the testator. Furthermore, the Wills and Succession Act mandates that the testator’s signing of the Will must occur in […]
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What is the difference between written and oral agreement? Understanding the Legal Framework

Introduction Verbal agreements are an integral part of our daily lives, shaping our interactions with friends, family, colleagues, and even in business. These agreements are often made casually, without any written documentation. While verbal agreements are convenient and common, they can raise questions about their legal standing and enforceability. Below, we will explore the world […]
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Pros and Cons of Living Trust

What is a Living Trust? A living trust is a trust that is formed by an individual while they are alive. In contrast to testamentary trusts, which are established according to a will and become active after the person’s death, living trusts are set up while the person is still alive. These trusts can either […]
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Do You Have to File Taxes with Your Common Law Partner in Canada?

Filing taxes is an annual obligation for Canadians, and those who are in common-law relationships, there are specific considerations that must be taken into account. Understanding whether to file taxes jointly as common-law partners or individually has both advantages and disadvantages. The information provided by our civil litigation law firm in Edmonton will explore how […]
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Who Needs to Probate a Will in Alberta

What is Probate in Alberta? Probate in Alberta refers to the legal process through which a deceased person’s will is officially validated by the Surrogate Court of Alberta. It is a division of the Court of King’s Bench, the superior court in the province of Alberta. The Surrogate Court has jurisdiction over matters related to […]
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Business Income

Business income

Business owners and the spouses of business owners need to pay particular attention when determining the income of the parties following a separation. Business owners are often able to deduct expenses related to expenditures that would otherwise have been incurred by the individual personally with after tax dollars. Accordingly, business owners may be challenged that […]
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The law of defamation

The law of defamation

A “defamatory statement” is a statement that has been published or communicated to a third party, whether orally or in writing, that tends to injure the reputation of the person to whom it refers; that is, it tends to lower that person in the estimation of right-thinking members of society. If a plaintiff can establish […]
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      1 (780) 443-0250
      11835 – 149 St Edmonton, Alberta, T5L 2J1
      50+ Years of Experience