In Quebec, there are two types of divorce, amicable divorce and contested divorce. Amicable divorce, also called joint divorce, allows you to divorce in a better climate of separation. The spouses agree on all aspects of their breakup such as parenting time for the children, child support, spousal support, the distribution of property, assets, debts…

To draw up your will yourself, you must respect certain rules or it will be null and void. In addition, certain wording or omissions could be likely to guide the course of your estate. The notarial will remains the safest form of will. The three recognized forms of wills in Quebec are notarial wills, holograph…

In Quebec, more than half of households own a cat or a dog. That’s more than 3 million pets. Pets are an integral part of the family. The love and respect shown to them makes them frequently considered full members of the family. Animal rights in Quebec Prior to 2015, animals were considered movable property….

Quebec Premier François Legault has announced the establishment of a COVID-19 Vaccine Passport. At the time of writing, we do not know if the vaccine passport will be required for civil marriage celebrations in Montreal. The COVID-19 vaccine passport is a free document issued by the Government of Quebec which will certify that the passport…

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