Thomas Dart, Partner, Family Law

How people approach climate change and how people approach family conflict are amazingly similar. Here are some of the similarities:

Climate change Family law disputes
People deny climate change is happening At least one of the parties denies that there is a conflict which needs attention
Those people who

Timothy Gronfors. Associate, Family Law.

As a playful means for highlighting millennials’ preference for spending on luxuries rather

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than saving for essentials, a recent BBC article has developed the satirical ‘avocado toast index’.

Using statistics from across the globe, the index calculates how many years it will take to afford a down-payment on a

By David Harris-Lowe, partner, Family Law

Which spouse owns the family home, whether you’re married or in a common law relationship, matters.  The rules around ownership are important and can make a significant difference to how property issues get resolved.  Some rules that are often surprising to people include:

a)      When you get

By Douglas J. Manning, Partner, Certified Specialist in Family Law

Yes!  But why would you want to?

In a recent British Columbia court decision, one of the issues was whether the husband and the wife had entered into an oral marriage contract that excluded the sharing of the wife’s rental property from being shared

Thomas Dart, Partner.

Around the world, in so many countries, we are witnessing the conflict which is created by the political party system.  We pride ourselves on our democracy. Yet, many of us feel it is not working. No party seems to be able to fix the many problems currently facing us. Poverty, climate