In Quebec, there are two types of marriage, civil marriage and religious marriage. These two types of marriage create the same duties and obligations for the spouses, one to the other. The same articles of the Civil Code of Quebec must be read to the spouses in both types of marriage, and the course of…

In my daily practise, I find that many people confuse a marriage certificate with a marriage contract. These two documents relate to marriage, but their use and purpose is quite distinct. The marriage certificate The marriage certificate is an official document that proves your marriage. In Quebec, this document is issued by the Registrar of…

Getting married at the Montreal Palais de Justice is one way that you can celebrate your civil marriage. There are many differences between a civil marriage celebrated by a notary, and especially by Mtre Mona Salehi, Notary and Civil Marriage Officiant in Montreal, and a civil marriage celebrated by a court clerk at the Montreal…

Do you intend to sell your property in the next few weeks or months? Did you have a mortgage which has not yet been cancelled? You need to obtain a discharge. In this article, I will explain to you what a discharge is, who should pay for it, how much it costs and why it…

Taking care of settling an estate cannot be improvised and requires great meticulousness. Besides you need to know and comply with certain laws and regulations. I invite you to contact me at 514-903-8560 to settle the estate of a deceased person. The steps of estate settlement Obtain proof of death Make a will search Verify…

A consent letter for children traveling abroad is recommended for Canadian children (under 18 or 19 years, depending on the province or the child’s territory of residence) who travel abroad alone, accompanied by only one of the two parents or by a single guardian, friends, relatives or even a group. Why should there be a…

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