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Looking for a family lawyer? Read these Family Law FAQ first!

Looking for a family lawyer? Read these Family Law FAQ first!

With 60 years of combined experience at our firm, we’ve heard it all! Here are some of the family law FAQ we get most often: Is it legal to download separation agreement templates online? No, however there are so many unknowns when purchasing any legal document templates online. Using one of our lawyers to draft […]

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What is Power of Attorney and When Do You Need One?

What is Power of Attorney and When Do You Need One?

You’ve probably heard the term, but do you know what a Power of Attorney document is and when you actually need one according to Canadian and British Columbian laws? First, you need to know that there are two key people/roles in a Power of Attorney Document. The donor is an adult who needs someone to […]

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How to Find a Good Family Lawyer

How to Find a Good Family Lawyer

Knowing how to find a good family lawyer is often important to winning your case. There are many lawyers out there but finding the right one that is compassionate and knowledgeable about your case could be daunting. Here’s what you need to know about how to find a good family lawyer. Find one that specializes […]

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What is a Living Will and why you need one

What is a Living Will and why you need one

Our legal team is often asked “what is a living will” and how can you get one. In actual fact, we don’t use the term “living wills” in BC. Instead, we refer to advanced care directives and decision making agreements to serve a similar purpose. These documents allow the person of your choosing to make […]

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Vexatious Litigant: All You Need To Know

Vexatious Litigant: All You Need To Know

What is a Vexatious Litigant? Can anything be done to stop a person from bringing court applications to the Court? One of our clients his dealing with an ex-spouse who continually brings applications to court. The applications lack merit and ignore various court orders. The opposing party is in breach of numerous orders, won’t pay […]

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