In family law matters in BC contracts between spouses can be overturned by a judge if they are found to be unfair.
The family lawyers from Crossroads Law located in Vancouver BC and Calgary AB have a client centred approach to help you successfully navigate the family law system. Our experienced family and divorce lawyers author these blogs to provide you insight and to help you through this challenging time.
Publications Categorized "Divorce and Separation"
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.
David Kim explores the complexities of obtaining exclusive possession of the family home after separation, including the legal requirements and court considerations.
“Can I afford to get divorced?” It is a question I hear often as a wealth advisor and a certified divorce financial analyst.
Navigating the end of a relationship is never easy, especially when it involves having a conversation about separation with your partner.
Settlement negotiations are an integral part of the legal process, allowing parties to explore resolutions without resorting to litigation.
It is no secret that separation and divorce can be tough on kids. It can be a difficult and confusing time for them as they try to navigate through the changes in their family dynamic.
Divorce is often seen as a contentious and emotionally draining process, with images of courtroom battles and bitter disputes coming to mind. However, an alternative approach known as collaborative divorce is gaining popularity for its emphasis on cooperation and mutual respect.
Divorce and separation can be emotionally challenging for any couple. However, in some cases, the conflicts can rise to extreme levels, resulting in what is known as high-conflict separation and divorce.
When parents separate or divorce, relocation of a child may become a contentious issue.
With the cost of living continuing to rise in British Columbia, some separated parents are looking to move with their children for better economic stability.
Raising allegations of family violence in a separation or divorce has historically been a risky endeavour.
If you’re contemplating separating from your partner, it’s a good idea to get some legal advice prior to making any big decisions.
Sometimes in high conflict parenting disputes, one of the parents would like the child(ren) to provide evidence to the court.
Once your divorce is complete, the bulk of your involvement with the legal system should be over.
A common step to take after separation is to move away from your former partner.
A significant issue we see when parents are divorcing, or separating is that their child(ren) begins to resist access and parenting time with one of the parents.
An affidavit is a document frequently prepared in litigation to provide evidence regarding the matter being determined.
In an unexpected and precedent setting case out of Ontario, a self-represented victim of domestic violence was awarded $150,000 for the violence she suffered during her marriage.
Determining who remains in the family home after separation is frequently an issue for spouses who are in the process of divorce or separation.