The dynamics of every divorce that takes place in British Columbia are unique, and although every lawfully married spouse is eligible for spousal support under the Federal Divorce Act, only the court can decide which spouse will receive such support Read more on the blog
Flexible parenting time after divorce can benefit all
While a divorce or separation could be a tough process for British Columbia parents to go through, it is typically much more traumatising for children. Fortunately, most divorcing parents recognise the importance of equal parenting time to maintain their respective Read more on the blog
Relocation: Is it in the best interests of the child?
British Columbia parents or guardians of children after divorce may find that circumstances change and reasons to relocate may arise. This could involve better employment opportunities in another province, a new lover or other reasons. If there is an order Read more on the blog
How can parents and children protect family assets?
With the average marriage in Canada, including in British Columbia, lasting less than 14 years, it is understandable that a person who holds any assets would want to draft a prenuptial agreement. For the same reason, families who own family Read more on the blog
The value of signing marital or cohabitation agreements
More and more couples nationwide, including in British Columbia, choose to live together rather than to get married. In some cases, couples agree to live together until they are ready to get married. Regardless of whether the arrangements are permanent Read more on the blog