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The New Wills And Succession Act: How Does It Affect You?

The Wills and Succession Act (the “WSA”) is the law in Alberta as of February 1, 2012. By repealing and replacing a number of statutes that deal with inheritance laws into one Act, the WSA has significant impact on all wills and estate plans in the province of Alberta. Wills A marriage will no longer [...]

August 7th, 2012|

Vogel LLP Attends 2012 NFLP

In July 2012, Medina Shatz and Kathryn Tweedie of Vogel LLP attended the National Family Law Program in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Held in a different Canadian city every two years, the conference provides valuable insight into this dynamic field. Judges, lawyers, and academics held sessions on a wide variety of topics such as property disputes, [...]

August 2nd, 2012|

Civil Law In Alberta

You may hear terms such as “torts,” or “negligence” being used, but do you understand what they really mean? When one civilian sues another civilian, it’s referred to as a Civil Lawsuit. The two most common civil claims are contract claims and tort claims. The word “tort” comes from the Latin word meaning “wrong.” Under [...]

July 31st, 2012|

How Social Media Is Used As Courtroom Evidence

Like many Canadians, you might not go an entire day without updating your Facebook or Twitter page. Did you know these seemingly harmless activities could affect you in the courtroom? Recent precedents have shown that social media can be used as evidence in family law cases. Social media is making lawyers jobs both easier and [...]

July 16th, 2012|

Paule Armeneau Made Editor Of The Barrister Magazine

Paule Armeneau, Partner at Vogel LLP, has been named Editor for The Barrister magazine. Published four times annually since 1986, The Barrister provides timely information on case law, practical subject matter and thoughtful commentary on issues affecting the plaintiff’s bar. It’s read avidly by members of the legal community including Judges, MLAs, Benchers and members [...]

July 12th, 2012|