In family law, there are several methods to obtain information and disclosure from the opposing party. Questions can be posed by way of interrogatories (ie. written requests for information) or in Examinations for Discovery (meetings during which the person being [...read full post]
The court in R.A.C. v. V.L.C., 2009 BCSC 1417 recently reviewed the law regarding when it can and should reconsider a trial decision. Under normal circumstances, a trial decision is geared towards ending the parties’ disputes and deciding the issues [...read full post]
Categorized: Case Analysis, Family Court, Procedure.
What can you do when the other side won’t give you the documents you need to determine his or her income? Rule 60D of the British Columbia Supreme Court Rules dictates the disclosure that a party must make in a [...read full post]
Categorized: Child Support, Procedure, Property Division, Spousal Support.