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Can My Husband Take Everything in a Divorce?

In Canada, divorce and the division of assets are governed by provincial and territorial family laws, not federal law. These laws vary slightly from one province or territory to another,…
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7 Benefits of Family Mediation

When facing family disputes such as divorce, child custody, or property division, litigation can often intensify conflicts and strain relationships further. In British Columbia, family mediation offers a viable alternative…
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Common Mistakes to Avoid in a Divorce

Divorce is a challenging and emotionally charged process that requires careful consideration and strategic decision-making. In British Columbia, understanding the legal landscape and avoiding common mistakes can help you navigate…
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How Visitation Works in BC

Especially as your kids get older, visitation is never as simple as sticking to a schedule. It’s totally normal for a non-custodial parent to have specific wishes for visitation rights.…
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What is a Post-Judgment Modification?

If you’re looking to make some sort of change to your divorce agreement, you’ll likely need what is known as a post-judgement modification. In British Columbia, a post-judgment modification lets…
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How to Navigate LGBT Divorce

A lot of discussion about divorce tends to be hetero-normative, despite the fact that same-sex and other “non-traditional” marriages have been legal for two decades! And while most of the…