Post Separation Income Increase Spousal Support cases really ramp up tension between separated former spouses. On the one hand the paying spouse wants support to end or be reduced while on the other hand the lower income spouse feels entitled to a fair share of the post separation increase. Our Vancouver and Calgary Post Separation Income […]
A common question that newly separated couples sometimes face is: who should stay in the home? Occasionally the parties will continue to live together under the same roof even after separation, for financial reasons or for the benefit of the children. There are times, however, when one (or both) parties no longer wishes to continue […]
We as British Columbia family law and BC divorce lawyers as well as lawyers acting for unmarried couples are often asked to explain the differences in law that applies to divorcing as opposed to separating unmarried couples. There are several differences between the legal rights of individuals separating from a marriage versus those that are […]
Many BC Family Law and British Columbia divorce clients who have BC family assets and who are dividing BC family assets may be missing the boat on getting their fair share of BC family assets or other or BC business assets when an asset at the time of trial or division in a separation agreement has no current value but which BC family asset has the potential to increase in value in the future. Where a BC commercial property or BC business asset or BC patent asset currently has no value a good BC Family Law lawyer should ensure that you do not simply transfer your one half share in this BC family asset to the other spouse for no value.
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