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- Family law: Some frequent flyer parents tying up family court
Parents who have the need to appear in family court for many issues are often referred to as frequent flyers. When it comes to children’s issues in British Columbia, rules are instated under family law. Parents who want the court to intervene in the smallest details often take up valuable court time … Read more »
- Alberta family law: When it's all in a name
Decades ago, it was a given that, when a couple married, the wife would take her husband’s last name. Fast forward to the 21st century, and that is not always the case with Alberta couples. Issues attached to marriage in the province fall under family law, and those include name changes. Women don’t … Read more »
- Family law: Varying a child support order in British Columbia
When the need arises to make changes to child support payments, either the payor or the payee can ask for a support order to be varied. Under family law in British Columbia, the term variation is used when an increase or a decrease in child support payments is requested. A request to vary a support … Read more »
- Alberta family law: Differences between separtion and annulment
When couples make the decision to end their relationships, they have a few choices regarding how to do that under the law. In Alberta, as in the rest of the country, those who are married can choose to separate or to divorce, while those living together can choose to separate. Under family law in th … Read more »
- Children's issues: What's in a name?
If parents believe they can give their child any name they want, they may be sadly mistaken. Most parents give their children more traditional names, but there are some who may want to give their kids more unique monikers. As far as names go regarding children’s issues, the law in British Columbia g … Read more »