Upcoming Court of Appeal hearing

Feb 3, 2003

On February 04 2003, the Court of Appeal will be hearing our challenge to the Minister of Revenue of Quebec’s argument that Quebec women do not have the right to collect their own alimony and child support. The government is arguing that women are not entitled to execute their own judgments, even though there are significant delays in many cases before the government is able to act itself to collect support, leaving too many Quebec women and children out in the cold. We believe all Quebec women should have the freedom of choice either to have the government collect their alimony and child support, or to do it themselves if they wish.

Common law spouses: Me Goldwater meets the Minister of Justice

Goldwater, Dubé, a leader in Canadian family law since 1981, and its senior partner, Me Anne-France Goldwater, would like to thank Me Simon Jolin-Barrette, Québec Minister of Justice and Government House Leader, for meeting with the firm's founding partner on August...

Goldwater, Dubé welcomes senior litigator Me Daniel Romano

Goldwater, Dubé, a Canadian leader in family law since 1981, and its founder, Me Anne-France Goldwater, are pleased to welcome Me Daniel Romano to its team of senior litigators. He is an established Montréal-based lawyer whose multidisciplinary practice, rigorous work...

Peace bond (article 810 of the Criminal Code)

In the complex world of Canadian law, the commitment to not disturb public order plays a crucial role. This commitment, more commonly known as "810," stems from Article 810 of the Criminal Code. The majority of cases involving crimes against a person, such as assault...

Longueuil Deer: Me Goldwater’s Arguments Against the Slaughter

Read the Court of Appeal judgment here. Goldwater, Dubé, a Canadian leader in family law since 1981, and its senior partner Me Anne-France Goldwater, will be heard by the Quebec Superior Court in the new year to defend a cause that continues to capture the public’s...