Information About BC Family Law Resource Blog
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- Unbundling Your Practice: Examples Across North America
The CDV was lucky enough to have Forrest “Woody” Mosten conduct a two-day online training titled Unbundling Your Practice for Lawyers and Consensual Dispute Resolution Professionals: To better serve your clietns and increase profitability in January 2021. For a limited time, the course is available … Read more »
- Do Adult Children need a Child Specialist? 5 Key Considerations
By Jamila Nazerali Hilborn MA, RCC, Child Specialist & Co-Parenting/Divorce Coach Since the hit of COVID-19 there has been a surge in my practice in working with adults aged 18-28 as a Child Specialist and Psychotherapist. According to Hartford Healthcare’s recent census, “The pandemic…affects peo … Read more »
- Divorce Act amendments coming into force on March 1, 2021
The Divorce Act amendments from 2019 are finally coming into force on March 1, 2021, after being delayed for almost a year because of the pandemic.The Department of Justice’s (DOJ) “Divorce Act Changes Explained” compares the previous version of the Divorce Act to the amended version. The DOJ has c … Read more »
- Collaborative divorce and online dispute resolution: How COVID-19 is changing the way we settle disputes
By Marcus Sixta, Collaborative Divorce Lawyer, MediatorCOVID-19 has laid bare the many vulnerabilities of our justice system. In the first few months of the pandemic, courts were effectively shut down, except for the most urgent matters. For family law and divorce cases, this meant that many hearing … Read more »
- Talking to Your Kids About Divorce – The Most Difficult Conversation of All!
By Alyson Jones, MA, RCC, Divorce Coach, Child Specialist, Child & Family TherapistChallenging conversations can actually bring your family closer, as difficult conversations can be opportunities for growth. Talking to your children about difficult topics can demonstrate to them that you have their … Read more »