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March 1, 2021

Three new lawyers join Goldwater, Dubé

Goldwater, Dubé is pleased to announce that the firm continues to expand into 2021 with the arrival of three attorneys and two stagiaires.

The ambitious new recruits’ expertise in family law, youth law and criminal law responds to the growing demands of our clientele. The first appointment is a ve...

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January 21, 2021

COVID-19: Boost Your Family’s Resilience This Winter

A difficult winter is upon us. With a confirmed second wave of COVID-19 and another lockdown, it’s understandable if life is feeling a lot tougher right now.

Quebec’s healthcare system is at a critical state as cases in the province remain alarmingly high. As of early January, record daily numbers...

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July 8, 2020

Responsibly Modernizing the Courts

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the justice system to adopt digital communication methods into everyday processes as never before. Brutal necessity has driven rapid innovation.

As a Canadian leader in family law since 1981 and among the first Canadian firms to implement digital record-keeping be...

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May 13, 2020

Resolve your dispute while in isolation

The COVID-19 pandemic presents unique challenges for separating and separated couples, but options are available for parties to resolve disputes remotely—including mediation subsidized by the Quebec government.

Are you managing a divorce or separation in the midst of the pandemic?

Has the cris...

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April 10, 2020

Custody and COVID-19: What parents need to know

“But no matter how difficult the challenge, for the sake of the child we have to find ways to maintain important parental relationships – and above all, we have to find ways to do it safely.
-- Ribeiro v. Wright , J. Pazaratz of the Superior Court of Justice of Ontario, March 24 2020

In this time of unprecedented crisis, separated parents must try to reconcile needs that may be contradictory. On one hand, children need both of their parents, and this need cannot be put on pause or taken lightly. On the other hand, the objective to limit the COVID-19 contagion and to save lives could lead to a suspension of physical contacts between a child and one of his or her parents.

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