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Drawing on the depth and breadth of our expertise, we’ll help you distill the complicated so you can break through to strategic and positive family solutions.

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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BC Interjurisdictional Family Property Lawyers

BC Interjurisdictional Family Property Lawyers at MacLean Law point out that in today’s modern and mobile society separating spouses can have substantial family property spread across the globe. Our Mandarin Chinese BC Interjurisdictional Family Property Lawyers deal with multimillion-dollar property division cases daily. Our Mandarin Chinese fluent lawyers and staff form the largest Mandarin Chinese […]

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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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Family Home Loan Or Gift Lawyers

Family Home Loan Or Gift Lawyers deal with cases where parents have advanced money to their child and son or daughter-in-law to buy a family home. When marriages or relationships break down Family Home Loan Or Gift Lawyers need to help sort out whether the money advanced was supposed to be repaid and on what […]

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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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Guide to BC Supreme Court Divorce and Family Law Process

Once a BC divorce is commenced, the goal of the BC Supreme Court is to promptly and hopefully inexpensively end the marriage and decide on such issues as child custody and access, child and/or spousal support, property, and debt division, and the responsibility for legal costs. Roughly 90% of divorces end up proceeding on an […]

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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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BC Foreign Family Property Jurisdiction

BC Foreign Family Property Jurisdiction cases are complex and leave little room for error. Locating, freezing and dividing overseas family property can only occur after BC Foreign Family Property Jurisdiction is confirmed. But how is BC Foreign Family Property Jurisdiction decided? MacLean Law’s International divorce lawyers handle numerous international family law cases involving BC and […]

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Vancouver Mandarin High Net Worth Divorce

Our Vancouver Mandarin High Net Worth Divorce lawyers handle Vancouver family law disputes and cross border divorce advice and provide Asian international wealth and overseas asset protection in BC family separation cases. We have a number of recent successes which set new law on void marriages and Canadian family law records for multimillion-dollar high support […]

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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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