Do you need help in filing divorce papers? Or perhaps you require assistance in setting up optimal child support arrangements. Whatever the case, Nextstep Law Office in Calgary, Alberta is at your service. We can assist you in finding a workable solution to your family law issues. We also provide legal services for matters concerning real estate law as well as wills and estates. Please read through this page today for a quick overview of the different legal situations wherein we can guide you in taking the best legal step tailored to your unique situation.
At Nextstep Law Office, we believe in preserving the family unit and if possible, both parties should participate in raising their child or children in the same home and under one roof. However where the circumstances are different, we work with our client to reach an amicable resolution for all parties concerned while making sure that we put the best interests of the child or children ahead of all other interests. It is that simple! We are always here to assist you to answer those difficult questions, providing you with practical and fair options while respecting your wishes.
We encourage our clients to seek legal advice early before the marriage or common-law relationship breaks down. The benefit of seeking early legal advice when you suspect trouble in your relationship is to protect you, help identify your legal rights and obligations, and help you to avoid unnecessary costs and stress later.
At Nextstep Law Office we understand that separation and divorce are stressful and expensive, and the process can often leave all parties disappointed. Worry no more because there are other ways to resolve a difficult family law conflict situation.
At Nextstep Law Office, we help you with all your legal family situations and so much more. We assist you with the following and a whole lot more:
Don’t worry, at Nextstep Law Office we can assist you to file your divorce even though your husband or wife may be missing. This process can be complicated, but we promise to do our best!
At Nextstep Law Office, the welfare and comfort of children are important to us. Children have rights and privileges, and these rights and privileges must continue even after a relationship has broken down.
Domestic and family violence should not be tolerated under any circumstances. Are you being abused? Then do not suffer in silence because the law is here to protect you.
For an appointment or a 30-minute free consultation: Call your lawyer at Nextstep Law Office on (403) 931-1412 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you take the best next step in your family law matters.
For many people, the thought of buying or selling a home can be exciting and stressful at the same time because it is one of the most capital-intensive projects you will ever have to embark upon in your lifetime
At Nextstep Law Office, we know and appreciate the challenges in real estate transactions and we can help you through the challenges ahead of time to minimize cost, time and stress. We will work with you and your realtor, broker, lender and any other third party to facilitate a smoother real estate experience; and if we anticipate any problem, we will communicate this to you and provide you with viable, practical options to help you resolve the issue(s).
For an appointment or a 30-minute free consultation: Call your lawyer at Nextstep Law Office on, (403) 931-1412 or email us at email@example.com and we will help you take the best next step in your real estate matters.
Wills and Testaments; Personal Directive; Enduring Power of Attorney and Estate Matters
One thing remains the hard truth: someday we will die.
Sometimes when this event happens, we will never know. Therefore, it is wise to put all our personal, legal and financial affairs in order so that our loved ones are not left scrambling when it happens. We are here to help answer those difficult questions, providing you with practical and fair options while respecting your wishes. Call us for help with preparing your Will, Personal Directive, Enduring Power of Attorney and Estate matters.
The purpose of writing up your Will is to make sure that all your real and personal property pass on to your loved ones according to your wishes, and with as few problems as possible. It is that simple!
A PERSONAL DIRECTIVE is a written document in which a person (the Maker) provides clear instructions/directives to be followed by the nominated Agent if the Maker suffers incapacity and is unable to make decisions or appreciate the consequences of such decisions affecting the Maker’s healthcare and other personal care matters.
An ENDURING POWERS OF ATTORNEY is a written document in which a person (the donor) provides clear instructions/ directives to be followed by the nominated Attorney if the Donor suffers incapacity and is unable to make decisions or appreciate the consequences of such choices affecting the Donor’s health care and other personal care matters.
For an appointment or a 30-minute free consultation: Call your lawyer at Nextstep Law Office on (403) 931-1412 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you take the best next step in your estate matters.
Whether you are a small, medium-size or big business, buying, selling or transferring a company is so much easier than you think. However, you will need help navigating all the business law and regulations and including what you can and cannot do as a business owner. We strive to assist our clients to build their business within the parameters of the law.
At Nextstep Law Office we can assist you with the following:
These are the simplest ways to set up a business. In this type of business, you are entirely responsible for all debts and obligations related to the business. A creditor with a claim against an unlimited liability business would have the right against all your assets, whether business or personal.
A corporation, also known as a Limited Company. This means that the corporation is a separate and distinct legal entity from its members who are known as the Shareholders. Each shareholder has limited liability, and this generally means that members cannot be held personally liable for the debts, obligations or acts of the corporation beyond the amount of share capital the member has subscribed. A creditor with a claim against the assets of the company would typically have no rights against its shareholders; although, in certain circumstances, shareholders may be held liable. This type of business can be incorporated at either the federal or provincial level.
There are extensive, continual annual filling and reporting required for this type of business.
A partnership business is where two or more persons join their resources, financial and otherwise, with the intention of making a profit. This type of business idea is usually created with a Partnership Agreement which clearly defines the terms of the partnership and to protect partners in the event of a disagreement or dissolution or death of a partner or the partnership.
At Nextstep Law Office, we can assist you in the creating and drafting of your unique business agreements tailored to your specific needs and wants, agreements such as:
For an appointment or 30-minute free consultation: Call your lawyer at Nextstep Law Office on (403) 931-1412 or email us at email@example.com and we will help you take the best next step in your business law matters.
At Nextstep Law Office, we can help you with all your document commissioning needs: Preparing Affidavits, Notarization, Swearing, Affirming, Witnessing, Statutory Declaration and much more. Some of the services we offer include, but are not limited to, the following:
We can assist you with the signing of documentation that is required in another city, province or foreign jurisdiction. We act as your Signing Agent. So, if you are physically not able to be present and seating in front of your lawyer where the document is needed, we can help.
We can help with any of the documents listed below:
For an appointment or 30-minute free consultation: Call your lawyer at Nextstep Law Office on (403) 931-1412 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you take the best next step in notary & commissioning matters.
For advice and assistance on family law, real estate law and estate planning matters, please do not hesitate to consult our team. Call us today.
We look forward to hearing from you.