There are many things that might prompt a parent to want to move his or her kids away from the other parent. There could be abuse involved in the relationship, the parent may have a job offer elsewhere, or he [...read full post]
Categorized: Agreements, Custody and Access, Family Law, Parenting.
Tags: family law, Parenting, relocation, Supervised Access; Supervised Parenting Time; Supervision; Custody; Access;.
Parents want what’s best for their children, but when facing divorce, some people act on emotion rather than pausing to reflect on how what they’re doing might affect their kids. British Columbia has family law rules in place that [...read full post]
Categorized: Divorce, Family Law, Parenting, Social media.
Tags: Divorce, family law, Parenting.
Parents in British Columbia may already have enough to deal with in the normal course of parenting. However, when those parents are no longer living in the same house, it can cause additional challenges. You and your former partner may [...read full post]
Categorized: Divorce, Mobility, Parenting, Representation in Court.
British Columbia parents may give little thought to how they manage the many tasks that come with parenting. They may even make last-minute decisions for schedule changes during frantic mornings or through texts during the day. Parents who are separated, [...read full post]
Categorized: Children's Issues, Family Law, Parenting, Parenting Time.
Tags: Children's Issues, co parenting, family law.
Selfies are an invention of the latter part of this decade. These photos posted on a myriad of social media sites can actually be a teaching tool when it comes to certain children’s issues surrounding divorce — like co-parenting. Selfies [...read full post]
Categorized: Children's Issues, Divorce, Parenting, Social media.
Tags: Children's Issues, Divorce, social media.