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  • Am I in a Marriage-Like/Common law Relationship? Find out what our Vancouver Family Lawyer has to say

    Am I in a Marriage-like/Common Law Relationship? When you are separating, the laws that apply to your case regarding property division and spousal support mainly depends on whether you are in marriage-like/common law relationship, explains Nassim Nasser, our Vancouver-based family lawyer. Thus, it i … Read more »

  • How do I get a financial restraining order in my divorce? Explains our Vancouver-Based Family Lawyer

    Financial Restraining Order in Family Law Case – Explained by our Vancouver Family Lawyer You should consider applying for a section 91 restraining order if you are concerned about your ex disposing of family property or if you are concerned that your ex may deal with family asset in a manner that w … Read more »

  • Can I Change the Locks On My Ex?

    Can I Change the Locks On My Ex? The short answer is No.  The law in BC does not automatically entitle one spouse to change the locks on the other following separation.  Both parties are entitled to reside in a family home, even after separation, pending an agreement between them or a court order. A … Read more »

  • Co-Parenting with a Narcissist

    How to Survive & Overcome Co-Parenting with a Narcissist  The short answer is, there is no co-parenting with a narcissist as it is impossible to work together as a team when your dealing with a narcissist co-parent.  A narcissistic co-parent’s goal is to create conflict and turmoil which means they … Read more »

  • Child Support Payments & Covid-19

    How does Covid-19 impact your child support payments? Your not alone if your financial circumstances have changed because of the Covid-19 pandemic – everyone’s lives have been turned upside down. Many people have lost their jobs, others are working at a reduced rate, businesses have shut down and ev … Read more »