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Biggest England Canada Family Law Differences

Biggest England Canada Family Law Differences are explained by former English and now Vancouver family law student and soon to be BC family lawyer Sophie Bartholomew. Biggest England Canada Family Law Differences 1 877 602 9900 Given the ever-increasing mobility of people across the world, more people are making inquiries about where to start a […]

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Persian Iranian International Divorce Mahr

Persian Iranian International Divorce Mahr cases involve the interpretation, enforcement or variation of Iranian or Persian Islamic marriage contracts. In today’s blog Iranian and Farsi fluent family lawyer Rana Yavari explains how these Persian Iranian international divorce Mahr marriage contracts from Iran are interpreted in BC courts. “Mahr” has traditionally been known as an Islamic […]

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Avoid BC Excluded Property Mistakes

Avoid BC Excluded Property Mistakes so that your excluded property is not inadvertently converted to equally shareable family property. They say “nice guys finish last” and this can be true unless you learn how to avoid BC excluded property mistakes. Our new BC Family Law Act and the common-law “presumption of advancement” can cause problems […]

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International Family Law Divorce Lawyers

Vancouver International family law divorce lawyers, founder Lorne Maclean, QC handles high stakes cases from his MacLean Law’s headquarters in downtown Vancouver British Columbia. Focusing his MacLean Family Law practice on international divorce and international family law financial matters, MacLean just obtained one of the highest international cross border divorce and interjurisdictional multimillion-dollar property and […]

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How Are BC Wills Dispute Costs Paid?

How Are BC Wills Dispute Costs Paid? In the past, the legal fees and costs of all parties involved in a BC will and BC estate dispute were ordered to be paid out of the estate. But more recently modern cost awards now follow the event in estate matters. However, Courts retain the discretion to […]

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Best Calgary Separation Agreement Tips

Best Calgary Separation Agreement Tips can help you settle your Calgary and Alberta family law case and move forward after having a say in how your post-separation finances and child parenting time issues are resolved. Calgary Family Settlement Lawyers1 877 602 9900 The unfortunate reality in family relationships is that they sometimes come to an […]

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Urgent Property and Personal Protection Orders

Urgent Property and Personal Protection Orders can be a priority at the start of a BC family law case. In today’s blog articled student Jeremy Thomsen sets out some key personal protection and family property preservation orders steps you should consider at the start of a BC or Calgary Alberta family law file. Our firm […]

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5 Best Provincial Family Court Tips

5 Best Provincial Family Court Tips can help you and your children move forward successfully after separation. Provincial Family Court is the People’s Court. It handles the largest number of family law cases in Alberta and BC and makes key decisions affecting spouses, children and other family members. Family law impacts more Canadians than any […]

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Section 211 Custody Critique Reports

Section 211 custody critique reports are used to dispute custody and parenting capacity Family Law Act section 211 reports. There are strict rules for whether or not a critique report will be accepted into evidence by the court in a child parenting time and responsibilities dispute. The goal in BC family law is to have […]

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Lump Sum Child Spousal Support

Lump Sum Child Spousal Support lawyers handle cases where monthly periodic support is replaced with a fixed sum of support. Lump sum support is not deductible off the paying spouse’s tax return nor is it declared as income on the recipient’s tax return. Monthly child support is not tax deductible by the paying spouse (since […]

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