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Vancouver Spousal Support Termination Variation Lawyers

Vancouver Spousal Support Termination Variation Lawyers at award winning MacLean Law negotiate, mediate, arbitrate and litigate, interim spousal support, final spousal support, variations of spousal support, security for spousal support and lump sum spousal support. Recently, there has been more of an emphasis on settling matters through negotiation and reducing the settlement into a separation […]

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BC Shared Custody Spousal Support Lawyers

BC Shared Custody Spousal Support Lawyers help family law clients share the costs of raising children as well as the responsibility to raise their children. With shared custody, both parents share the joy and the burdens of raising children more equally. BC Shared Custody Spousal Support Lawyers know raising children on a shared basis is […]

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Spousal Support Appeal Lawyer

Lorne MacLean, QC is MacLean Law’s senior spousal support appeal lawyer. He routinely handles complex and high net worth spousal support cases and BC spousal support appeals at the highest level. As a seasoned and accomplished spousal support appeal lawyer, he is one of a very few family lawyers in Canada to have multiple appearances in […]

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Vancouver Spousal Support Self Sufficiency

Lorne MacLean, QC, the founder of our firm, has continually championed a BC spousal support and BC child support approach that encourages both spouses to work to their fullest capacity to earn income. MacLean believes Canada as a nation will be weaker if support paying spouses quit their jobs and/or support receiving spouses refuse to […]

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Vancouver Spousal Support

Our Vancouver spousal support lawyers act across BC for both paying and receiving spouses. We handle BC medium to high net worth and income cases where the spousal support stakes are as high as the amounts that can be paid. In the recent Vancouver high income, spousal support case of Lightle v. Kotar, Lorne MacLean, Q.C. […]

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Vancouver Spousal Support issues in short marriages with young children

Traditionally, marriages with children, and where one parent has been a homemaker, spousal support is substantial and long lasting. In British Columbia, it is much more common to see marriages with children dissolve in shorter periods of time. It is these custodial or stay-at-home parents who face the most serious disadvantages for long-term financial independence […]

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