Can you get married during COVID-19? COVID-19 has changed our daily lives. The rules and ways of doing things have changed in many areas. Since March 2020, several media have reported cases of contamination and deaths due to COVID-19 for people who have participated in wedding celebrations. A time of joy and celebration par excellence,…

It is possible to unite with someone who is in Canada to marry him or her. To do this, you must enter Canada using one of Canada’s immigration programs. You will need to make a specific request depending on the purpose of your visit to Canada (visit, work, study, settle there permanently). Uniting with a…

Since September 8, 2020, the Quebec government has implemented a system of regional alerts and gradual response which has an impact on indoor and outdoor private gatherings, activities in public places (such as civil marriages and religious marriages), etc. Depending on the alert level, it is still possible to have a civil marriage celebrated in…

Liquidation of an estate is a complex process. It’s even more so when it concerns an international estate. With the mobility of workers, immigration and expatriation, estates are becoming increasingly international between Quebec and the main countries of origin of immigrants (China, France, Syria, Iran, Algeria, Haiti, Morocco, India) and also the United States, Hungary,…

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