While attending the 2010 National Family Law Program conference in Victoria, British Columbia this July, I had the opportuntiy to hear Justice Harvey Brownstone give a lecture focused on the future of...
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McGlashan & Mackinnon is a full service law firm dedicated to the ethical, effective, and efficient practice of law to serve the best interests of our clients. McGlashan & Mackinnon was formed on July 16, 2001 and has served Northern and Central Alberta with pride ever since, including Edmonton, Fort McMurray and more. Find out more
Prenuptial agreements do not have to be a negative discussion between newly engaged couples. When it comes down to it, prenups are meant to protect all of those involved, including you, your spouse, and any children that may in your relationship. Most people aren’t thinking about divorce when proposing to the one that they… Read more »
Here’s how you can be sure the evidence you give will be admissible in court. The unfortunate truth about our world today is that, a lot of the time, our ability to seek justice only comes down to our ability to make a solid case for ourselves. It is a lot more complicated than… Read more »
With more and more people using cell phones on a regular basis and the rise of a “continuously connected” society, distracted driving has become a more prevalent issue. In Alberta, distracted driving can result in a fine of $250.00 or more, and at least three demerits being deducted. Depending on the severity of danger involved,… Read more »