Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Family Lawyer?

If you consider a career in family law, you should know that this occupation can carry a heavy burden. Family law is one of the most challenging areas of law, and it requires a great deal of [...]

Child Custody Law – What is Child Custody and how is it Determined

If you are going through a divorce, plan to divorce or otherwise need to know more about child custody, then the following guide will help you understand the basics regarding child custody. What [...]

Positive Outcomes Of Divorce

The most common perception of divorce is that it is a negative result—that the ending of a marriage is something to be held in contempt at the very best. Yet divorce should not be seen as an [...]

What Happens in a Divorce?

What Happens in a Divorce? If you are going through a divorce or you plan on getting a divorce in the near future, it will help you to understand exactly what happens in a divorce. Being prepared [...]

Family Law Division of Property

When dividing property during a divorce, the court will consider a variety of factors to determine what is fair and equitable. These property division factors can include the length of the [...]

Child Custody Law – The Different Types of Child Custody Orders

Under the federal Divorce Act (Canada), a court may award one of three main types of child custody. Legal custody is separate from the issue of legal access – that is, the amount of time that a [...]

Types of Income which can be included for Child Support purposes

Types of Income which can be included for Child Support purposes: Employment income; Employment bonus: bonuses you get every year and the amount is similar or comparable over the years; RRSPs can [...]

The unmarried (common-law) spouses and the Family Law Act (BC), 2013

With coming into effect on March 18, 2013 of the new Family Law Act (the FLA) replacing the old Family Relations Act (the FRA) the BC’s common law couples are now treated the same as married [...]

What Is Legal Separation?

Separation is not the same as divorce. In British Columbia, separation is not a legal matter. Divorce is a legal process where two partners detach their assets, fiancés, and lives. There are [...]