Can I not send my child to the other parent because I am concerned about COVID-19? Learn about the answer from a recent case in Ontario.
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Rowan Davison, senior family lawyer, and managing partner, of Dreyer Davison Family Lawyers, had a significant win for our client. We represented the father, who sought to vary the custody and access provisions of an order from August 24, 2009, which provided the respondent mother sole custody of the parties’ child. Our client had reasonable […]
Costs are generally awarded to the successful party following the conclusion of a court proceeding. If costs could cause financial hardship, such as the costs will interfere with a person’s ability to provide for a child when the child is in that party’s care. In MacLean v. Mio, 2011 BCSC 148, Pearlman J. discussed the […]
In A.N.H. v. L.D.G., 2017 BCSC 2099, the Honourable Mr. Justice Cole, provides the legal test to make an application to change a parenting schedule: Variation in Parenting Time  Pursuant to s. 47 of the Family Law Act, S.B.C. 2011, c. 25 [FLA] and upon an application, a court may change, suspend or terminate an order […]
In a decision released November 27, 2017, Barnard v. Barnard, 2017 BCSC 2162, the Honourable Mr. Justice Armstrong analyzed costs after completion of a trial and the impact of a settlement offer that was made prior to trial. Facts:  At trial, issues of family property, debt, parenting, child support and family violence were addressed. […]