Entries by Nychuk

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Double Costs Awarded

In a recent family law decision, Nychuk & Company lawyer David Flett successfully argued to obtain an award for his client of approximately double the court costs typically awarded in these types of matters, to be payable by the opposing party. In giving reasons for awarding Mr. Flett’s client an increased amount of the typical […]

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Protecting Clients from Conflict-of-Interest Matters

Ms. Moser proved that the lawyer offered to open a file and had more than a brief description of the case, the judge decided it was in fact a conflict-of-interest. The judge stated that a reasonable member of the public would find it unacceptable for the firm to represent Joanne’s client’s spouse and ordered the spouse to find new representation.

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Client Awarded Decision Making Power, Spousal Support and Child Support

Two Nychuk and Company family lawyers, David Flett and Jim Vogel, recently represented a client in November 2020 and received a court decision from Queen’s Bench Justice completely in their client’s best interest. The client represented by Nychuk and Company was a recently divorced individual with three children. The opposing party had a 7-figure income […]

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Moving Inter-Provincially with Children After Divorce

Are you thinking about moving, but aren’t sure how it will affect your custody agreement? Reg Sauer is a family lawyer at Nychuk and Company who has had expertise in family matters for over 30 years. Reg recently represented a client who had joint custody of their children. The client wanted to relocate from Saskatchewan […]

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Sentencing in Canada

When you are convicted of a criminal offence in Canada there are number of possible sentences available depending on what you are found guilty of the and the aggravating and mitigating factors that surrounded your conviction.

Why Saying NO Makes You Look Smart Not Guilty

Many people worry that if they do not talk to the police or allow them to search their vehicle it will make them look guilty. This is simply not the case. The police can only use what you say against you and never what you don’t say.