On July 7, 2015, the Supreme Court of BC gave judgment on K.T. v. D.C.P., 2015 BCSC 1179, a family case involving two self-represented litigants and, in my view, a clear call for increased funding to Legal Aid BC. The [...read full post]
Divorce law blog
Category: Child Support
The BC Provincial Government released its budget today and, after years of taking millions of dollars in child support payments from those children who need it most, have finally put a stop to the practice.
With a rise in reproductive technologies – surrogacy, egg donation, sperm donation and the like – the need for tests to determine relationships between children and parents is something which is becoming increasingly relevant. Even in the case of a [...read full post]
In June, 2014, I wrote in this blog about the shameful and illogical clawback of child maintenance monies by the BC government from single parents on social assistance. Since then and until yesterday, there has been precious little in the [...read full post]
Under the current global economy, it is not uncommon for individuals to move to another jurisdiction following a separation or divorce.
Having a former spouse, who may still owe support obligations to you or your children, move to another jurisdiction [...read full post]
Categorized: Child Support.