Parenting involves countless joint decisions made in an effort to help a child thrive. After the parents of a child go through a separation, these decisions can become fraught and tangled up in other disagreements.
A question we often receive at Westside Family Law is when is a child old enough to decide which parent to live with? Unfortunately, there’s no simple answer to this question. In this blog, we examine the factors BC's courts use to decide.
As we continue to grapple with the public health and economic aspects of COVID-19, an unfortunate side effect is going under-reported. Canada is going to see a spike in divorces as a result of the pandemic, leading to increased demand on the courts once they’re fully operational.