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Richard’s Blog – Courthouses

Richard's Blog - Courthouses

You Call, We Haul. Alberta is made up of 11 Judicial Districts with A Court of Queen’s Bench in each Judicial District for family law; civil law matters over $50,000.00 or matters of a very serious criminal law nature. In addition, the Alberta Court of Queen’s bench can hear Appeals from Masters Chambers and the Provincial Court of Alberta. In each Judicial District there are several local Provincial Courthouses that hear matters under $50,000.00 or less serious or dual/hybrid offences. Lastly, there are 2 Alberta Courts of Appeal in Edmonton and Calgary.

On any given business day, the lawyers of Verhaeghe Law Office are in one or more of these courthouses helping clients just like you, with problems just like yours, whether it be Family Law, Divorce Law, Criminal Law, Civil Law or Appeal Law (criminal law & civil law).

We do not judge and are simply here to help you in your time of need when formally retained.

  1. After the Divorce Settlement is Finalized: 8 Steps You Should Take

    Posted By: verhaeghelaw on February 14, 8:06 PM

    After the Divorce Settlement is Finalized: 8 Steps You Should Take What to Do After Your Divorce Settlement is Final If you are struggling with bouncing back after your divorce settlement, we have the 8 key things you should do after it is finalized. With all of the court fees, attorney costs, and other charges […]

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  2. Verhaeghe Law Office’s Whitecourt Location Expands Legal Services

    Posted By: spelletier on February 14, 7:52 PM

    Verhaeghe Law Office’s Whitecourt Location Expands Legal Services The firm is now offering local family law, child custody, divorce and adoption services, reports www.freedomlaw.ca FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Alberta, Canada)—Verhaeghe Law Office announced the expansion of their legal services. The firm’s Whitecourt, Alberta location is now offering family law, child custody, divorce, and adoption services to […]

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  3. 8 Things You Need to Know Before Hiring an Edmonton Real Estate Lawyer

    Posted By: verhaeghelaw on February 14, 7:46 PM

    8 Things You Need to Know Before Hiring an Edmonton Real Estate Lawyer Do You Need to Hire an Edmonton Real Estate Lawyer? Finding the right edmonton real estate lawyer doesn’t have to be a hassle. We give you the information you need to make the best choice for you! It would be great if […]

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  4. Understanding Employment Laws in Alberta

    Posted By: verhaeghelaw on February 14, 7:30 PM

    Understanding Employment Laws in Alberta Having trouble understanding employment laws in Alberta? Don’t miss this easy-to-read guide for both employees and employers. Alberta has unique employee protections, worlds apart from other places on the planet, or even its neighbor, the USA. In the USA, employees can get terminated at will by their employer, while Canadian […]

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  5. Verhaeghe Law Office Announces New Office Location

    Posted By: verhaeghelaw on February 14, 7:11 PM

    Verhaeghe Law Office Announces New Office Location The full-service firm can now serve even more clients across Edmonton and the surrounding areas, reports www.freedomlaw.ca FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Alberta, Canada)– Verhaeghe Law Office is pleased to announce the opening of their brand-new office location. The firm is now located in West Edmonton, just five minutes north […]

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  6. How A Contract Dispute Lawyer In Edmonton Can Help You

    Posted By: verhaeghelaw on February 8, 9:43 PM

    How A Contract Dispute Lawyer In Edmonton Can Help You Are you unsure of how to handle a recent contract dispute? Keep reading to learn how a contract dispute lawyer in Edmonton can help you Around 50% of all businesses end up being sued at some point during any year, and only 10% get away […]

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  7. How is a Power of Attorney different from a Personal Directive?

    Posted By: verhaeghelaw on February 2, 8:01 PM

    How is a Power of Attorney different from a Personal Directive? Discussing death is uncomfortable but you need to prepare your family. Here are the differences between personal directive and power of attorney in Alberta. Life can change in a minute. No warning, no time to prepare, one minute can leave you incapable of making […]

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  8. The Pros and Cons of Split Custody: What You Should Know

    Posted By: verhaeghelaw on January 30, 3:28 PM

    The Pros and Cons of Split Custody: What You Should Know Before deciding what kind of custody situation is right for you it’s important to know the facts. Here’s the pros and cons of a split custody agreement. Divorce isn’t easy for anyone, especially children. During a divorce, couples must decide how to split assets […]

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  9. Must-Know Facts for a First Time Home Buyer in Alberta

    Posted By: verhaeghelaw on January 19, 7:26 PM

    Must-Know Facts for a First Time Home Buyer in Alberta As a first time home buyer in Alberta there’s a lot of information you should keep in mind. Luckily, we have everything you need to know right here! After much consideration, you’ve decided to become a first time home buyer in Alberta. You chose the […]

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