Monthly Archives: November 2018

Bill C-78 Changes to Canada’s Divorce Act

Changes to Divorce, Parenting and Garnishment Coming Canada’s Divorce Act, and parenting and garnishment laws, may soon be changing. As of November 2018, Bill C-78 was still being debated by Parliament. Here’s what the changes, introduced by the federal government May 22, 2018, could mean for your family. Bill C-78 would: champion children’s best interests protect ...
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ClearWay Law in CBC- Remote Workers

Five months ago, Alistair Vigier launched his all-virtual law firm, with a staff of eight who telecommute from a variety of locations across the country. While Vigier is based in Victoria, ClearWay Law’s lawyers are distributed around the Greater Toronto Area, and its admin and other staff are spread around Victoria, Vancouver and Regina. All work from home, meeting ...
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Growing A Law Firm

I met with over 100 lawyers last year to discuss referrals and business expansion opportunities. Growing a law firm can be challenging, and information is key. I’ve found most want to go it alone and start their own practice. The risks are inherent: leaving an established law firm, building your business reputation, finding referrals. Then there ...
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