Case Assessments

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Before deciding to retain a lawyer, you should learn about your rights, responsibilities and options as they apply to your specific situation. We believe a case assessment by one of our qualified lawyers has the potential to change your life for the better and will help avoid unexpected pitfalls.

 

While general information about matters like custody, parenting, property division and support may be readily available online or in books, these resources cannot offer tailored advice for your exact circumstances.

 

During our case assessments, we take the time to look at how the law applies to your particular situation. Typically, an assessment takes between 45 to 120 minutes with one of our experienced lawyers.

 

We believe it is important for you to be well-informed at the beginning of your journey. The information we provide will help you make educated decisions about your next steps—whatever they may be.

 

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Get in touch with us to book a consultation.

Moe Hannah LLP

Client safety is important to Moe Hannah and so is client service. The health of our staff and clients is our top priority.  If clients and counsel prefer to work remotely during this difficult time, options exist for us to provide this service. Moe Hannah is able to do “virtual” non face-to-face meeting through internet conferencing.  We can do virtual consultations, mediation, or mediation/arbitration.
 
We can make it easy!
 
We will email a link for the conference to each person. The only requirement is internet access and a device suitable for the conference, ideally a camera and microphone.  Some people just use their cell phones. 
 
If you have any questions, please call or email us to talk about how we can make this work. 
 
We can still meet at Moe Hannah LLP for those people that would prefer to personally attend.  Everyone entering our office will be screened in accordance with the latest Alberta Health Guidelines. 
 
Our lawyers and assistants are set up to work remotely and we will continue mediation, mediation/arbitration and client meetings using Teams Video Conferencing, as well as our regular telephone conferencing.
 
Consider Alternative Dispute Resolution
 
The Courts have announced that they are limiting access to urgent family law mattes. In light of this, parties may want to consider the mediation/arbitration process.  Please get in touch with your lawyer and/or assistant if you have any questions regarding your matter.
 
We look forward to working with you and helping you move forward during this difficult time. 
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