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Voice of The Child Parenting Time Lawyers

Our top Voice of The Child Parenting Time Lawyers explain the current state of the law on the issue. Both Provincial and Federal Legislation like the BC Family Law Act, Alberta’s Family Law Act and The federal Divorce Act all say the wishes of a child are an important factor. So at what age and […]

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BASICS OF BC SEPARATION AGREEMENTS

In today’s blog, paralegal Carly Crawford explains the basics of BC Separation Agreements. If you are about to, or have separated, you are probably wondering whether you need a BC separation agreement.  We understand that BC separation agreements may seem intimidating and even a little daunting. That is why at MacLean Law, we have top […]

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Vancouver Separation Agreement Lawyers

Our top rated Vancouver separation agreement lawyers routinely negotiate and mediate Vancouver separation agreement cases. We will negotiate a fair separation agreement only after obtaining full disclosure in any case involving a Vancouver separation agreement and explain to our clients how fairly negotiated agreements need to be followed to avoid any nasty surprises. Top three […]

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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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Best Edmonton Family Lawyers

Looking for the best Edmonton family lawyers? Family law is a unique and often complicated area of law: very personal, very emotional, but also legally challenging. The Best Edmonton Family Lawyers know that family law involves a unique mixture of personal and legal issues, delivered with an understanding of both the law and the individual […]

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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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