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Avoiding Child Support Income Calculation Mistakes

Avoiding Child Support Income Calculation Mistakes is critical particularly when the paying or receiving spouse is a high-income earner who owns a professional practice, a partnership interest, or a corporation. Founder, Lorne MacLean, QC recently named Top 25 Canadian Lawyer warns separated spouses to ensure they look at the right financial documents so they don’t […]

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Psychological Vulnerability in Separation Agreements

Psychological Vulnerability in Separation Agreements and how this impacts the enforceability or weight given to such agreements is a hot topic over the past several years. In today’s blog Peter Graburn reviews leading Canadian cases on Psychological Vulnerability in Separation Agreements and how courts may set aside agreements on this basis. Call our multi-award winning […]

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Setting Aside Marriage Separation Agreements

Our top-rated lawyers routinely represent family law clients in cases involving Setting Aside Marriage Separation Agreements. The new BC Supreme Court case of Y.L v G.L. 2020 BCSC 808 provides an amazing summary of how courts decide Setting Aside Marriage Separation Agreements disputes. Lorne MacLean, QC leads our team of property, support, and child parenting […]

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Spousal Support SSAG Factors

What are the Spousal Support SSAG Factors that courts and top Vancouver and Calgary family lawyers use to decide proper spousal support amounts? How long Vancouver spousal support or spousal alimony is paid is also affected by the SSAG. MacLean Law has set records for the highest combined spousal and child support awards. Our firm […]

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5 Best Vancouver Support Variation Tips

5 Best Vancouver Support Variation Tips are designed to help you understand and successfully navigate changes in support after a trial or a settlement. Vancouver Support Variation Lawyers help clients deal with changes in income, assets, age of ex-spouses and children, health, and re-partnered relationships amongst other material changes. Support variations can include increases, reductions, […]

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Best Judicial Case Conference JCC Tips

Best Judicial Case Conference JCC Tips will help you focus the family law issues in front of a Judge and help narrow the dispute or ideally settle your family law case at an early stage. MacLean Law’s Best Judicial Case Conference JCC Tips are designed to save you time, money and stress. Audra Bayer is […]

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3 Best BC Family Separation Tips

3 Best BC Family Separation Tips are designed to help you deal with and master some key principles related to family separation in BC. Karsten Erzinger one of our dedicated, Kelowna office family law associates, wrote this blog to set out 3 Things to Know About Separation in British Columbia.  3 Best BC Family Separation […]

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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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Vancouver Postnup Marriage Agreements

Vancouver Postnup marriage agreements are currently in vogue for movies stars and wealthy married couples. Many Vancouver or Calgary spouses involved in or who are about to take their committed relationships to the next level have heard of prenups but have you ever heard of a postnup? In today’s blog renowned divorce lawyer Lorne Maclean, […]

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Vancouver Oral Family Agreements

Vancouver Oral Family Agreements lawyers know that family law agreements whether written or oral have a significant impact in family disputes that come before the courts. In today’s blog, senior Vancouver family lawyer David Joyce explains how an oral contract between a husband and wife was held to govern the division of substantial excluded property. There […]

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