Aisha Naveed

Child Custody and Visitation Rights in British Columbia

Family law matters are touchy subjects, and that becomes more difficult when children are involved. When discussing issues like child custody and visitation rights, the well-being of the children should always be the utmost concern. Our legal system In British Columbia is designed to prioritize

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Drafting a Comprehensive Separation Agreement

While it might be tempting to draft a separation agreement independently, the complexities of family law and the legal intricacies involved underscore the necessity of engaging a qualified Vancouver family law lawyer or Vancouver divorce lawyer. When a marriage reaches a point where separation becomes

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How Long Does Spousal Support Last?

Spousal support, also known as alimony or maintenance, is a critical aspect of family law in British Columbia. It is intended to assist a financially disadvantaged spouse in maintaining a similar standard of living post-separation or divorce. The duration of spousal support is a complex

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Uncontested Divorce in BC: A Jiwa Law Guide

On the surface, obtaining an uncontested divorce or desk order divorce in British Columbia is a simple, straightforward process. It requires both spouses to agree to the divorce and all related issues, such as child custody, support, and property division. Unfortunately, we’ve seen a lot

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Child Relocation in BC Divorce Law

Child relocation can be one of the most contentious and emotionally charged issues during divorce proceedings. In British Columbia, just like in many other jurisdictions, family courts prioritize the best interests of the child when making decisions regarding relocation. Whether you are considering moving or

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Who Gets to Keep the Dog in a BC Divorce?

Understanding Pet Custody in British Columbia Divorce can be an emotionally challenging time for couples, and the question of who gets to keep the beloved family pet can add an additional layer of complexity. In recent years, the issue of pet custody has gained attention

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What is a Section 211 Report in BC Family Law?

Overview Section 211 (S.211) reports play a critical role in child protection matters in British Columbia. These reports are an important tool used by child protection authorities to assess and ensure the safety and well-being of children. This website page provides an overview of S.211

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