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  • Divorce grief is a natural part of this family law process

    Even those in British Columbia who are ready to move on from their marriages may be surprised to experience feelings of loss when they decide to meet with a family law professional and begin divorce proceedings. Marriage often sets the stage for a couple’s hopes and dreams, and divorce may seem like … Read more »

  • Family law: Court of appeal lets teen continue hormone therapy

    A transgender minor has been given the green light by an appeal court to proceed with hormone therapy. The British Columbia Court of Appeal handed down a solid family law ruling in a recent case in which a B.C. teen wanted to continue with hormone therapy despite the opposition of his father. The ch … Read more »

  • Children's issues: Reporting child abuse, neglect in Alberta

    It is incumbent upon all individuals to do their parts to protect the welfare of children. One of the most pressing children’s issues in Alberta is that of child abuse and even though parents are primarily responsible for the safety and well-being of their children, there may be times when others ha … Read more »

  • How to Prepare for your Initial Consultation with a Family Law Lawyer

    If you are thinking about separating from your partner or have already separated, and you are ready to meet with a family law lawyer, there are a few things you can do to prepare for your initial consultation. Preparing for your consultation will allow you to maximize the time you have and get as mu … Read more »

  • Children's issues: Suggested policies that may end child poverty

    Certain policies that have been suggested by anti-poverty organizations may go a long way to ending child poverty in single-parent households in British Columbia. Children not having their needs met is one of the most challenging of children’s issues in British Columbia today. Even though just 20% o … Read more »