To get married civilly in Quebec, there are certain administrative steps you have to go through. Other steps can be added depending on the type of marriage you want to arrange. Here we present the main steps for a civil marriage in Quebec. Main steps to get married in Quebec Step 1: Find your soul…

It is quite possible to get an amicable divorce from a spouse who does not live in Quebec. It is possible to divorce in Quebec, both from a marriage that was celebrated in Quebec, and from a marriage that was celebrated in a foreign country or in another Province or Territory of Canada. We are…

Knowing whether an estate is solvent or insolvent is very important. A loss-making estate will almost always be refused by the heirs. The heirs sometimes idealize the solvency of an estate based on the lifestyle of the deceased and various social markers. It sometimes happens that relatives discover significant debts during the liquidation phase of…

As soon as a person dies, there are several actions and procedures to be done by the relatives of the deceased. Various documents of the deceased need to be collected, including his or her will, if there is one. The person may have made a holographic will, a will in the presence of witnesses or…

An estate inventory or inventory of the deceased’s property must be made following the death of a person. The liquidator of an estate is required by law (Article 794 of the Civil Code of Quebec) to carry out an estate inventory. This inventory must be done regardless of whether the deceased had a will or…

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,…

Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé announced on Sunday, September 27, 2020, that the Montreal region will fall into the red zone within a few days. Indeed, with nearly 900 new Covid-19 infections in 24 hours, the situation is very disturbing. On Monday, September 28, 2020, at 5:30 p.m., the Government of Quebec made the official…

Whether your wedding is a civil marriage or a religious marriage, COVID-19 will necessarily have an impact on your project. Some couples are cancelling or postponing their marriage. Others are changing their plans and reducing the number of guests for the celebration and postponing the party until later. There are various options to still celebrate a…

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