If your spouse disposes of property closer to separation, you may be eligible for a compensation order. You may request a greater share in the remaining family assets.
A well-drafted legal separation agreement can settle all existing disputes at the end of a marriage, and provide you with clarity and certainty.
Divorces in BC are grounded in the basic rule that property is divided equally between spouses. But the division of property in divorce proceedings can be quite complex.
Canadian spousal support is a complex area of family law. Beyond the primary question of entitlement to spousal support, many factors are relevant when calculating the amount and duration of spousal support. Here are some of the basics of what you need to know about spousal support payments.
Getting a divorce in British Columbia is luckily a very straight forward process and it has 2 main stages. The first stage consists of filing of the claim for divorce, in legal terms filing the “Notice of Family Claim”, at the Supreme Court of British Columbia, which then leads to the service of the claim for divorce. The service involves delivering, in person, a cop
Upon relationship breakdown, it is not uncommon for former spouses to relocate to a different province or country. In such cases, can the spouse residing in BC enforce a spousal or child support order against the former spouse in another Canadian province or a foreign jurisdiction?