British Columbia Divorce Lawyers and Articles
No, you cannot stop paying as child support and parenting time are not tied together. A court will…
I need to discuss certain aspects of my case. Can I call my spouse’s lawyer if mine is out of town?
There are two statutes that govern divorce in British Columbia: the Federal Divorce Act, and British Columbia's Family Law Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. F.3.
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Discover how a British Columbia divorced father obtained the right to immunize his son by a Supreme Court Judge.
November 18, 2011: Changes in British Columbia Family Law…
A paternity test is a scientific test which compares the…
Whether you've just decided to tell your spouse you want a divorce or are beginning the divorce process, remember that it's not going to be easy. Here's a short guide to help you to get through this transition.
When you purchase a property with a co-owner, whether that be a partner, husband, wife, friend or family member, at some point in the conveyancing process you should be asked how you wish to hold the property. Your options will be to either hold the property as joint tenants or as tenants in common. But what does this actually mean, and what happens to the property upon the death of an ex-spouse?
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