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Adoption: Consent of Birth Parents and Notice to Birth Father

2019 | 07 | 05

A form called Notice to birth father is required to be served on birth fathers in certain adoptions. This applies to private adoptions, de facto adoptions, extended family adoptions, and step parent adoptions. However, the Notice to birth father does not to be served if the birth father is signing consent.

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Adoptions in Manitoba

2019 | 07 | 05

An Adoption Order has the effect of granting legal parental status. Adoption confers important legal rights and is a creature of statute, governed by the Adoption Act of Manitoba.

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Taylor McCaffrey LLP recognized in the 2019 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory

2019 | 05 | 07

Taylor McCaffrey LLP is pleased to announce that five of our lawyers have been recognized in eight different practice areas in the 2019 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory.

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Married or Not – The Legalities of Living Together

2017 | 07 | 11

The Pew Research Center reports that millennials are significantly less likely to be married than previous generations in their 20s.  In Manitoba, couples living together in a common law relationship can have rights and obligations identical to those of married couples.