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Managing High Conflict Family Law

Managing High Conflict Family Law is today’s topic by Peter Graburn, senior family lawyer at MacLean Law. Peter has written numerous popular blogs on family law including his viral blog entitled “Dealing with Narcissists During Divorce“. Some experts believe the single most detrimental factor for children whose parents have separated or are in the process […]

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Covid-19 Child Travel Dispute Lawyers

Our Covid-19 Child Travel Dispute Lawyers handle all time of child parenting time, vaccination and travel disputes. Omicron has ramped up health fears for parents and their children. When parents are separated these issues often reach a flashpoint and require a judge to decide issues. Lorne MacLean, QC and Sophie Bartholomew won BC’s first contested […]

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Child Parenting Covid-19 Vaccination Disputes

Child Parenting Covid-19 Vaccination Disputes are in full bloom now.  MacLean Law recently won  BC’s first Supreme Court case on the issue of ensuring a young child obtained all recommended vaccinations including COVID-19 vaccines. Vaccines have been delivered across Canada. The Omicron variant is particularly odious. Parents are extremely stressed at present worrying about their children […]

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Covid-19 Parenting Time Disputes

BC and Canadian Covid-19 Parenting Time Disputes can involve: brand new applications for parenting time, changes to former parenting time plans because of Covid-19, and disputes, where a parent wants to reestablish the former parenting time plan after parenting time was disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic Today, hardworking Fort St. John lawyer Jaye Rutledge will […]

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Cohabitation Agreements During Covid-19

Cohabitation Agreements During Covid-19 requires careful consideration. More and more millennials are living together with their partners and not getting married. Similarly, baby boomers who are recently divorced may not want to rush into remarriage. Should Couples Make a Cohabitation Agreement during Covid-19? In today’s blog, Ana Sadovska of our Fort St John office explains […]

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Covid -19 Child Parenting Education Disputes

Covid -19 Child Parenting Education Disputes — What do Courts Consider When Making Decisions About a child’s education during the COVID-19 Pandemic? Kaye Booth of our Calgary office provides this blog to help separated parents deal with Covid-19 Child Parenting Education Disputes that may occur. Our lawyers act across Canada from our offices in Vancouver, […]

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Toronto COVID-19 Unfair Family Property Division 

Toronto COVID-19 Unfair Family Property Division is a hot button issue in these difficult times. MacLean Law has opened their Toronto office and helps medium to high net worth Toronto family law clients resolve their net family property division disputes. MacLean Law also has one of Canada’s largest Mandarin and Cantonese fluent family law departments. […]

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Calgary High Net Worth Separation Divorce

Calgary High Net Worth Separation Divorce during COVID-19 is complicated. The COVID-19 pandemic is not over.  The second wave of infections is expected (if not already here) together with the flu season. The pandemic is expected to get worse before it gets better, and it’s not going to get better without a vaccine, not realistically […]

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COVID 19 Child Parenting Time International Travel

COVID 19 Child Parenting Time International Travel disputes often involve urgent applications by one party to stop such travel, or failing this happening, to demand the return of children unwisely or wrongfully removed from BC. In today’s blog, Lorne MacLean, QC summarizes the law and facts courts are looking at to determine what happens to […]

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COVID 19 Division of Family Property 

COVID 19 Division of Family Property is a hot button issue for separated parties in Calgary and BC. Nearly three months into the COVID-19 social and economic shut-down, things are starting to get back to (a new) normal – some retail and personal (ie. barbers, doctors, dentists, etc.) services are re-opening; cafes, restaurants, pubs, and […]

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