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Donald I.M. Outerbridge

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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

Posts by donald:

How to Apply for Child Support?

How-to-Apply-for-Child-Support

Posted on: 28 Nov 2020

The most important question that almost all parent wants to know while getting separated is “How to Apply For Child Support.” It is usually best to handle these issues as soon as possible as it concerns the children’s financial support. Generally, it is seen that the noncustodial parent pays more compared to the custodial parent,…

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How to Terminate Parental Rights?

How-to-Terminate-Parental-Rights

Posted on: 28 Nov 2020

“How To Terminate Parental Rights?” is a nightmare for every parent and child. And also a severe issue that is generally not allowed unless it is for extreme situations. All the parents have principal duties towards their children until they reach the age of 18 by law. They ought to fulfill these duties. However, many…

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Why would a Child Support Case be Dismissed?

Why would a Child Support Case be Dismissed

Posted on: 25 Oct 2020

Child support is very important for the child whose parents had just got separated. Bringing up a child and fulfilling their basic needs is very expensive these days. So, sharing the custody or sharing the money will solve so many problems; because the child is for both partners. So, some ways may stop the case….

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How to Serve Divorce Papers to Your Spouse?

How-to-serve-divorce-papers-to-your-spouse

Posted on: 05 Oct 2020

Divorce is not easy, whether it is mutual or not. There are many things to consider, tackle, and do to get the whole job done properly. For example, if the divorce is not mutual, there are the lawyer’s fees and going to trial, etc. If there is a child involved, then the questions and conflicts…

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Does Cheating Affect Divorce Settlement in Canada?

Does-Cheating-Affect-Divorce-Settlement-in-Canada

Posted on: 25 Sep 2020

After breaking the relationship between you and your husband, I mean to say after divorce, you need to reach a financial settlement to move forward. It can be your key to successfully moving forward and have a significant impact on your life, at least for the next few years. That is why you need to…

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Can I Reverse An Adoption? [Reasons & Ways ]

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Posted on: 05 Sep 2020

Adoption is the legal process of becoming the non-biological parent of a child. As a biological parent, everyone needs to take all the rights and responsibilities of the adopted child. Even after knowing all these things, many adoption cases don’t work out. At that time, there has a huge possibility to be spoiled the future…

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What to Say to a Friend Going Through a Divorce

What-to-Say-to-a-Friend-Going-Through-a-Divorce

Posted on: 27 Aug 2020

If your friend is going through a divorce, you may feel like you need to help her and don’t know-how. There are grief situations that not all people can overcome alone. These are times when we must go to a professional. Therapy is sometimes more helpful than that of our friends or family. If our…

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Statutory Employment Rights in Canada

Statutory-Employment-Rights-in-Canada

Posted on: 25 Aug 2020

Statutory employment rights imply the fundamental rights of an employee in his workplace. Canadian law enlists basic employment rights for both the native and the foreign employees, which give them a secured environment in their workplaces. Major Statutory Employment Rights in Canada Canadian law has a particular section for the rights of the employees. This…

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Child Benefits and How They Can Impact Spousal Support

Child Benefits and How They Can Impact Spousal Support

Posted on: 07 Aug 2020

Whether you are the receiving party or the party paying support, it is essential to obtain a fair support order. It is in the interests of the parties receiving the pension to ensure that it is sufficient to meet their needs. On the other hand, the parties that pay the support want to avoid having…

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