Spousal or Common Law Sponsorship

A spousal or common law sponsorship is a process in which a Canadian citizen or permanent resident sponsors their spouse or common-law partner to immigrate to Canada. The sponsor must meet certain eligibility criteria and agree to provide financial support for the sponsored individual. The sponsored spouse or partner must also meet certain criteria to be eligible for sponsorship. This process allows family reunification and enables spouses or partners to live together in Canada.

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Desk Divorce

What is a Desk Divorce?

A “desk divorce” in Alberta refers to a simplified divorce process where the divorce is granted based solely on the paperwork submitted to the court, without the need for a court appearance. This process is available for uncontested divorces where both parties agree on all

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Encroachment Agreements

An Encroachment Agreement is a legal document that allows a property owner to use a portion of another person’s land for a specific purpose. This agreement typically outlines the terms and conditions of the encroachment, such as the duration of use, any compensation that may be required, and the responsibilities of both parties.

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