How are the Penalties for Aggravated Assault Decided?
Being charged with aggravated assault is a serious matter. Defined as an assault that wounds, maims, disfigures, or endangers the life of someone else, aggravated [...]
Disputing Parenting Plan Agreements in Edmonton: Navigating the Legal System
When parents separate or divorce, one of the most important decisions must be made on how to arrange for the care and access of their [...]
How are Damages Assessed in an Edmonton Personal Injury Case?
If you have suffered a physical, emotional, or psychological injury due to another person’s negligence or misconduct, you may be entitled to compensation. This type [...]
What are the Most Common Cases Seen in Edmonton Family Court?
The legal processes that follow a divorce or separation—from agreeing on how to divide assets to figuring out custody or financial support arrangements—can be exceptionally [...]
What is a Criminal Act Under Canadian Law?
In Canada, you may face charges for a wide range of criminal offences. The legal document or “Act” that defines and classifies the crimes regulated [...]
Do All Personal Injury Claims Go to Court?
When we talk about seeking compensation for personal injuries, it’s often said that we “deserve our day in court”—in other words, we are entitled to [...]