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Donald I.M. Outerbridge

Website: https://www.merchantlaw.com/
Bio: Donald I.M. Outerbridge is the Executive Director of Merchant Law Group LLP and has been for the last thirty years approximately, commencing in 1993; and has been managing or involved in law firm management at various levels a lot longer going back to 1981 across multiple provinces in Canada. He achieved a B.A. as the University of Western Ontario (1981) and a B.Comm. degree from the University of Windsor in 1983. Donald is Past President, Association of Legal Administrators, Winnipeg Chapter (1991) and has been Guest Lecturer, Red River Community College, Legal Assistant Program’s, “Law Office Management” subsection, Winnipeg, MB (1989-1992). Mr. Outerbridge has been a mentor to many young lawyers over the years, a colleague and a friend. He is also an avid Notre Dame Fighting Irish college football and Green Bay Packers pro football fanatic.

Phone Number: (604) 609-7777

Address: 304 - 15127 100th Ave. Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

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Can You Go to Jail for Not Paying Child Support in Canada?

Can You Go to Jail for Not Paying Child Support in Canada?

Posted on: 25 Mar 2021

“Can you go to jail for not paying child support in Canada” depends on the judge’s decision. And the decision also varies from province to province. But both the custodial parent and the payor need to pay the child support according to their income range. The judge will decide the appropriate amount through the child…

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Father Rights Child Custody in Canada

Father Rights Child Custody in Canada

Posted on: 05 Mar 2021

“Father rights child custody Canada” is a hyped topic as the rate of separation and divorce is increasing enormously. There is also a myth like a father never gets custody of his child (children). So, the mother remains overconfident, thinking that she will surely get custody. To clarify this misunderstanding, it is essential to get…

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How to Stop Child Support Payments When Child Turns 18

How to Stop Child Support Payments When Child Turns 18

Posted on: 25 Feb 2021

One of the most asked and concerning questions about every non-custodial parent regarding child support is “how to stop child support payments when the child turns 18?” The answer to these questions depends mainly on the situation of your case. However, it is a general misconception that child support commitments stop when the child turns…

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Husband’s Rights in Separation on Canada

Husband's Rights in Separation

Posted on: 05 Feb 2021

In Canada, the rate of separation is increasing day by day. This is because of different thinking perspectives, different goals in life or to fulfill the goal, money issue, and many more. But do you know the husband’s rights in separation? Yes, as a husband, you have a number of rights even after the separation….

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What You Should Know about Legal Separation in Manitoba, Canada

Legal Separation in Manitoba, Canada

Posted on: 18 Jan 2021

Divorce in Manitoba has been on the increase over the past few years. Couples are getting separated due to several issues. When things come to this, there are a lot of complications involved in the process. If you are looking to form a separation agreement without a lawyer, you must know about legal separation in…

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What is The Spouse or Common-Law Partner Amount

Spouse or Common-Law Partner Amount

Posted on: 14 Jan 2021

The spouse or common-law partner amount is a help service provided by the Canadian Law and Order. It is a non-refundable tax amount. This is a Canadian caregiver amount for families. Usually, claiming a spousal amount indicates that one of the spouses depends financially on the other spouse. There are certain criteria that you must…

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Complete Guideline of Spousal Sponsorship Checklist

Complete Guideline of Spousal Sponsorship Checklist

Posted on: 20 Dec 2020

When you are in Canada, and your better half is in another country, the first thing you want is him or her with you. But sponsoring your spouse can be complicated due to the different processes, documents, and conditions. To sponsor a spouse, there are several conditions that your partner has to meet, along with…

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When does child support end in canada?

when does child support end in canada

Posted on: 20 Dec 2020

This is probably one of the most frequent questions that the client asks when they go to the lawyer’s office. Another question they ask related to this is the amount that they will have to pay. It is easier to answer the latter, as there is a rule for guidance purposes. But when it comes…

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How to Prepare for an Uncontested Divorce in Canada?

Uncontested Divorce

Posted on: 15 Nov 2020

Ending a relationship like marriage is not a simple process. But sometimes, it becomes so easy when both parties can cooperate and can handle any issues. It seems complicated to get a legal divorce, but uncontested divorce is not as complex as regular divorce. This is considered as a simple divorce. Uncontested divorce helps a…

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What is Shared Custody and How is it Determined?

Shared Custody

Posted on: 15 Nov 2020

Custody of a child can be done in several ways after a divorce. When the parents are directly involved with their child, then the term shared custody will be concerned. Some people can mix joint and share custody, but they are not the same and still have some significant differences. When parents or any legal…

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