Excluded Property Regime Introduced When the Family Law Act came into force in 2014, it introduced an excluded property regime to British Columbia’s family law.
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Halliday v. Halliday: Time limitations and other “traps for the unwary” when challenging separation agreements.
The British Columbia Court of Appeal recently addressed the issue of time limitations for family law cases in Halliday v. Halliday, 2015 BCCA 82. This
“The hardest thing about splitting up was that I didn’t have a job. I took care of the kids, the house, and the yard.
When it comes to getting married, or living in a long-term common-law relationship in the Fraser Valley, one of the most important – and most contentious – issues that a couple can face is a marriage agreement, commonly known as a prenuptial agreement. It is particularly important where one party is bringing significant assets into the relationship, often in second marriages. While discussing and forming this type of agreement can cause tension in a relationship, it is a realistic and practical step to take to prevent family law problems later on. Not every relationship goes on the way it was planned or intended. Separation and divorce sadly are distinct possibilities for many couples – and while the ending of your relationship may leave you heartbroken, a prenuptial agreement may prevent it from also leaving you broke.