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Signed but set aside: getting out of a separation agreement or prenuptial agreement in BC

In family law matters in BC contracts between spouses can be overturned by a judge if they are found to be unfair.

Crossroads Law named an Excellence Awardee for Family Law Firm of the Year at the 2023 Canadian Law Awards

We are thrilled to share that Crossroads Law was nominated for the prestigious "Family Law Firm of the Year" award at the 2023 Canadian Law Awards.

How the Rise of Digital Currencies is Complicating Family Law Cases

In recent years, the rise of cryptocurrency has presented unique challenges in family law proceedings, particularly as it relates to the division of family property.

Who gets to stay in the house after separation?

David Kim explores the complexities of obtaining exclusive possession of the family home after separation, including the legal requirements and court considerations.

Calgary family lawyer, Sheri Ferguson, joins the Crossroads Law team

We are proud to introduce the newest member of the Crossroads Law team, Sheri Ferguson. 

Can I Afford to Get Divorced? Thoughts from a Wealth Manager: Guest Post

“Can I afford to get divorced?” It is a question I hear often as a wealth advisor and a certified divorce financial analyst. 

Wrongful Denial of Parenting Time

Under British Columbia’s Family Law Act (the “FLA”), the term ‘parenting time’ refers to a parent’s right to spend time with their child or children.

Strategies for Separation: Essential Do's and Don'ts for a Smooth Process

Navigating the end of a relationship is never easy, especially when it involves having a conversation about separation with your partner.

Testamentary Guardianship: How Naming a Guardian Safeguards Your Child’s Future

While most people consider making a will for estate planning purposes, the equally (arguably more) important purpose of a will is the appointment of a guardian for your children in the case of incapacity or death.

What is Settlement Privilege & What are the Exceptions?

Settlement negotiations are an integral part of the legal process, allowing parties to explore resolutions without resorting to litigation.