When there is a separation or divorce, estate law and family law are very much intertwined with one another. At Henderson Heinrichs we have found that our clients are often justifiably concerned with who will care for their children in [...read full post]
Divorce law blog
Category: Custody and Access
What happens on interim custody applications when there is no existing court order? In granting an interim order for custody, the court is obliged to consider the status quo. Preservation of the status quo pending trial is generally considered to [...read full post]
Categorized: Custody and Access.
According to a new B.C. Supreme Court decision, expert critiques and reviews of Section 15 Custody and Access reports should not be admitted as evidence at trial, nor should the testimony of that expert him or herself. In Hejzlar v. [...read full post]
There has recently been a flurry of cases referencing, examining or at least mentioning Skype in the context of access and mobility. As is becoming increasingly known, Skype is software which allows people to make voice and, by way of [...read full post]