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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:

Child Support and Unemployment: How to Pay Child Support?

Child Support and Unemployment

Posted on: 28 Dec 2020

If you are a single parent, things are already quite tough for you in this world. On top of that, being unemployed can be extremely stressful and scary. Do child support and unemployment go smoothly beside each other? How does losing a job affect your ability to pay child support? Answers to all these questions…

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What to do about Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation

Posted on: 27 Dec 2020

If you are going through a separation from your spouse, you are bound to go through many rough patches. The involvement of children in the whole matter is even more complicated. For a child, co-parenting would be the most suitable. However, it is sometimes impossible. Your spouse may interfere in your relationship with your child….

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Divorce Settlement Checklist for Marital Assets and Liabilities

Divorce Settlement Checklist for Marital Assets and Liabilities

Posted on: 05 Dec 2020

Divorce is not at all expected from any marital relationship. But if the situation gets too severe to stay together, it is better to get separated. Before the divorce is final, it is wise to make a divorce settlement checklist for both of your upcoming future marital assets and liabilities. In the next section of…

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Child Custody and The Holidays During COVID-19

Child-Custody-And-The-Holidays-During-COVID-19

Posted on: 03 Dec 2020

Child custody and the holidays during COVID-19 is being a vital topic for the past few months. Usually, even after divorce, a child can stay with both father and mother, but separately for an interval of time. However, in this pandemic situation, everything has been disrupted. One parent does not want to send the child…

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When to Leave a Marriage: 7 Signs of Unhappy Marriage

Signs of Unhappy Marriage

Posted on: 25 Oct 2020

Marriage is always flower and happiness. Until the day comes when you think whether you are happy and loved in the marriage. It is even scarier to figure out when to leave a marriage. Staying in marriages that are unhealthy can have a detrimental effect on your mental health. Not to mention the struggle of…

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Start Over after Divorce [5 Proven Strategies]

Start-Over-after-Divorce

Posted on: 05 Oct 2020

Marriage is probably one of the most significant events of our life. On the other hand, some marriages lead to separation. Once you finally sign the divorce paper, you are officially alone by yourself or with your child. The story of separation is different for everyone. However, it is never easy to start over after…

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Common Reasons for Step Parent Adoption [Procedure]

Common Reasons for Step Parent Adoption

Posted on: 25 Sep 2020

Adaption means the legal accomplishment of all parents’ commitments and affections over the adopted child and vice versa. Step-parent adoption mostly happens when the bio parents get separated or dead. However, the biological parents might marry someone else to make their children adopted by someone trusted. Both familial and nonfamilial people can be step-parents. Here…

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If I Leave My Husband Can I Take My Child with Me?

If I Leave My Husband Can I Take My Child with Me?

Posted on: 05 Sep 2020

Leaving your spouse or divorce, in simple words, is a horrible event of a child’s life. A child feels broken, and its life becomes threatened. If you leave your husband and take your child with you, your husband can take legal steps against you. It might be dangerous for both you and your child sometimes….

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How to Apply for Child Support

How to Apply for Child Support

Posted on: 05 Aug 2020

Child support means paying an ongoing amount for the betterment of a child after a divorce or separation of relationship. A divorce means to be separated from one another. This also includes the separation of children from one of the parents. The parent who gets the legal order of childcare gets allowances from the other…

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How are Bank Accounts Split in a Divorce?

How-are-Bank-Accounts-Split-in-a-Divorce

Posted on: 25 Jul 2020

No matter how much you want to be separated from your spouse, divorces are always a complex matter. A divorce means to be legally separated from your husband or wife, which includes a lot of baggage. The concept is not only to drift apart lawfully but also to be separated from children, family, and most…

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