602, 2020

Relocation and the Family Law Act

February 6th, 2020|Family Law|

What is interim relocation? Can I just move without giving any notice? Above are common questions I am asked by clients. I am involved in a matter now where the opposing party has moved from Surrey to Vancouver with the Children. Is this a relocation? The Family Law Act defines relocation as: 65 (1) In [...]

2611, 2018

How To Fight The Cap On Pain And Suffering

November 26th, 2018|Governments, ICBC|

Starting April 1st, 2019, ICBC will put a cap of $5,500 for pain and suffering on so-called minor injury claims in automobile accidents, as part of a series of reforms by the NDP government to fix the deficit incurred by ICBC. The government passed legislation to set the insurance caps earlier this year in an [...]

207, 2015

What Drivers Need to Know About Driving While High

July 2nd, 2015|Accidents, Governments, Personal Injury|

There is a lot going on when you’re driving. There are other cars, pedestrians, bicyclists, and obstacles that can be dangerous. You need to be totally focused so that if something does happen, you can make a split-second decision, preventing an accident or injury. Drugs can affect your ability to react and increase the chances [...]

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