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Unequal BC Family Property Division Misconduct

Unequal BC Family Property division Misconduct cases allow for unequal division of the Family Property pie due to misconduct during the relationship. In most cases, family property and debt is divided equally but there are some exceptions including where one spouse has disposed of family property inappropriately. In today’s blog Eleanor Surajballi explains the rules. […]

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Best Vancouver Family Lawyers

Who are the Best Vancouver Family Lawyers?  Our firm has set a number of record wins for our ecstatic clients. The ways to objectively determine who the best Vancouver family lawyers include: meeting with them in person to see if they empathize with you but recognizing that it makes sense that they are not afraid […]

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Unequal Division of Family Property and the Impact of Inheritances

Unequal Division of Family Property and the Impact of Inheritances Property division under the Family Law Act (“FLA”) refers to two key terms: “family property” (s.84) and “excluded property” (s.85). “Family property” is defined broadly and includes all personal and real property that: on the date of separation is owned by a spouse or in […]

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Managing Narcissists During Divorce and Separation

Managing Narcissists During Divorce and Separation is critical to allowing separated spouses and their children to move forward successfully to better times. In today’s blog Maclean Law senior family lawyer, Peter Graburn, explains how clinical narcissism affects separated families. Peter also provides tips on managing narcissists during divorce and separation. Many experts believe it is […]

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Confidential Family Financial Disclosure Lawyers

Confidential Family Financial Disclosure Lawyers help keep sensitive financial information protected so a business or venture thrives and is not damaged by it being revealed or by it falling into the wrong hands. MacLean Law’s top-rated Confidential Family Financial Disclosure Lawyers have obtained sealing orders in high profile cases as well as non-disclosure agreements and […]

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Short Marriages and Unequal Division

Short marriages and unequal division cases are on the rise in British Columbia under our new Family Law Act. Initially because of the excluded property provisions scheme in the new Family Law Act unequal division arguments regarding family property gains based on unequal contribution were thought to be reduced and restricted. However, this has not […]

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Best Edmonton Family Property Division Lawyers

The best Edmonton family property division lawyers help Edmonton family law clients deal with family property and debt division issues. Edmonton high net worth separations and Edmonton grey divorce issues add an extra level of complexity when dealing with different rules for different types of matrimonial property. Peter Graburn of our Edmonton and Calgary office […]

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Prince Rupert Divorce and Family Lawyers

Prince Rupert Divorce and Family Lawyers and Kitimat family lawyers handle all types of family law matters including divorce, separation, child custody, child and spousal support, and family property and debt division. Our top-rated Family Violence Protection Lawyers also help prevent and stop family violence. Prince Rupert Divorce and Family Lawyers 1 877 602 9900 […]

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Mandarin Excluded Family Property Lawyers

Mandarin Excluded Family Property Lawyers at MacLean Law form one of the largest Mandarin and Cantonese fluent teams in Canada. Our Mandarin Excluded Family Property Lawyers act nationally with offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, and across BC where we have several offices in Victoria, Richmond, Surrey, and Fort St John. Go to our dedicated Chinese […]

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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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