Information About Surrey British Columbia Family Law Blog
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- Strife during divorce may affect children adversely
No one may be as affected by a marital split than a child. Divorce is usually a difficult process for a British Columbia couple to go through, but it may be even more so for their children. In fact, the fallout of divorce may create behaviours in a child that usually wouldn’t be typical of him or he … Read more »
- Family law: Sharing major lottery winnings with a former spouse
Hitting the lottery jackpot would make most people jump up and down for joy. But the delight might be short-lived for divorced British Columbia residents who get a windfall if they have to share the winnings with a former spouse. These are the types of issues that fall under the provincial family la … Read more »
- Divorce in British Columbia: Is mediation right for you?
Coming to an amicable agreement during a divorce may take some work. After all, a couple is likely divorcing because they can’t agree on major issues within a marriage. So divorce mediation in British Columbia may help to smooth out some of the rough patches that couples face when coming to a divorc … Read more »
- Family law: Some calling for Amber Alert System remodification
The Amber Alert System (AAS) has helped reunite many abducted children with their families. Family law in British Columbia — and in all the country — makes the best interests of a child paramount, and that includes keeping a child safe from harm. Although the AAS has helped many kids, some Canadia … Read more »
- Family law: When the paternity of a child is in question
There are many reasons why it may be necessary to ascertain who a child’s biological father is. Paternity falls under British Columbia family law rules. Knowing who a child’s father is may be important for situations concerning child support or child custody and doing what is in the best interests o … Read more »