West Coast Morning | Jan 31, 2013 | 6:55

Common-law Versus Marriage

The Supreme Court made a decision that common-law partners and married couples are not treated the same in Quebec. A lawyer in Corner Brook weighs in on common-law versus marriage and what it means in our province,

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