The Canadian Divorce Act: The Practicality of an Age-Old Document in Modern Day Society
In the past ten years, the Canadian government has created and passed laws and regulations that would not have been predicted by the general public only a couple of decades ago. Gay people can now marry, pot was temporarily decriminalized, and obesity has been declared an epidemic. Despite all of this, the Canadian Divorce Act has remained one of the few documents that is still reflective of modern societal values and continues to be a valuable resource for individuals seeking a divorce. The following four areas of divorce law clearly demonstrate how the application of the Divorce Act 1985…
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