Having discussed the importance of enduring power of attorney (EPOA), we now turn the focus to representation agreements.
When people think of estate planning, the first thought often goes to writing a will. A key part of the process, wills are important but there's more to consider when getting your affairs in order.
In a world where ‘conscious uncoupling’ has become the benchmark of a good divorce, spouses are seeking strategies to navigate separation without resorting to acrimonious courtroom showdowns.
A lot of co-parenting advice is aimed at parents following their final divorce, but how should children be approached during the process of separating and finalizing a split? This can be one of the most difficult periods for co-parenting, as emotions can be high and custody arrangements may not yet be finalized. Acting in the way that is best for the children and educating oneself about British Columbia family law is important for the co-parenting arrangements at every stage.