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Under normal circumstances, parents are able to decide who will be with them when they spend time with their children. Sometimes, though, in very rare and exceptional circumstances, courts can require that a parent’s time with his or her children [...read full post]
“I just want to get it over with”: Rushing to sign a separation agreement can be costly
Divorce and common law separations can be complicated. It can take more time and cost more money than you expect, which is why [...read full post]
To do our part to help flatten the curve for COVID-19, on March 16, 2020, we made the decision to close our downtown office and allow our lawyers and support staff to work from home. The united efforts in BC [...read full post]
During the coronavirus pandemic, Canadians are finding it increasingly difficult to pay down their debt. This can be especially challenging around the time that couples decide they want to get a divorce.
When people think of dividing property during [...read full post]