A Power of Attorney Lawyer can help prepare you for the event your loved ones need to secure the legal right to manage your affairs.
When investing in Canadian real estate, there are important tax implications if you are a foreign buyer that should factor into your decision and how you structure the purchase.
Property transfer tax is often the largest closing cost when you buy a home in BC. Plan ahead for it and consider eligibility for exemptions.
Buying a home is exciting – but the process can feel overwhelming. An experienced real estate conveyance lawyer can reduce your stress and ensure your purchase goes smoothly.
Family Law favours the involvement of both parents when raising children post-separation. But there are situations where shared parenting is not workable an it is possible for one parent to get full custody.
You may be wondering if you have a claim for “back-dated” or retroactive spousal support. Here is what you need to know about unfulfilled spousal support obligations.
There are many reasons why not to use a shareholder agreement template. The benefits, risks, and objectives of the parties to the agreement will vary depending upon the situation.
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.
Important implications flow from the way you set up your business. If you are in the process of starting your own business or already running a growing business as a sole proprietor, you may be considering business incorporation. But what is the difference between sole proprietorship and incorporation, and what are the advantages and disadvantages of these business structures?
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.