Co-parenting with your ex-spouse in the month of December can be like navigating a minefield. There is something about the emotions of the season, the emphasis on family time, the time off school, the expectations of extended family members, and [...read full post]
Divorce law blog
Category: Custody and Access
As lawyers, we are big fans of contracts. Contracts help to manage human transactions throughout a wide variety of social, economic and political areas in society. The law is a social construct, and as society advances and develops new technologies, [...read full post]
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]
A recent case, J.Z. v. L.H.C. 2015 BCSC 97, presented an unusual attempt to use the Family Law Act towards purposes that were almost certainly beyond the intention of the drafters of the act. In that case, the mother [...read full post]
The most important aspect of making shared custody work is ensuring both parents examine their personalities and find the ability to put their children above all else. It is essential to put your child(ren) first. To do this requires, of [...read full post]
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