Are You a Teen With Parents Going Through Divorce? What to Expect

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Like most major life events, going through a divorce in the family will bring a lot of change. You may find at this time that it is hard to focus on anything but the way your family’s lives are about to change, which is completely understandable. To help you prepare for these changes and what they may mean for your … Read More

What is a Spousal Support Lawyer?

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Dealing with the effects of a separation or divorce is something no person should have to face alone. At a time where some major changes may occur in your life and the lives of your family members, it is important to ensure you have reliable representation. With help and guidance from a dedicated spousal support lawyer, you’ll be able to … Read More

Special & Extraordinary Child Expenses in Vancouver

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Communication between separated spouses during divorce proceedings is often limited and managed by the counsel to each party. It is important during this process that both parties remain open and honest about details like child expenses with their respective legal representatives in order to avoid complications down the road. In cases where Special and Extraordinary Expenses are a factor, the … Read More

Help Your Child Feel Comfortable with Shared Custody

It is important for all children to have a well-established routine in their lives. This helps them develop familiarity and confidence as they grow up. It also promotes a healthier lifestyle in terms of both physical and mental health, allowing them to grow into healthier and well-adjusted adults. Unfortunately, there are times where a disruption to your child’s familiar routine … Read More

What is Grounds for Divorce in British Columbia?

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In BC, there are two distinct statutes that govern the divorce process. The first is known as the Federal Divorce Act, and the second is BC’s Family Law Act. The latter statute was implemented in 2013 and is mainly focused on the safety of children who are part of a family going through the divorce process. In this Act, the … Read More

How to Tell Your Child About Divorce and Custody

Divorce is a difficult thing for families to deal with. It can be especially troublesome for children to understand why circumstances must change. One of the most difficult conversations you may have in your life will be explaining the reasons for divorce to your family. To reduce some of the stress and negativity surrounding this conversation, we have prepared a … Read More

How to start over after the havoc of a grey divorce

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This article provides a brief look at why grey divorce is rising and how older divorcees can prepare. Nobody ever plans on getting divorced and even fewer people plan on getting divorced just as they are about to enter their long-awaited retirements. However, for many people divorce during or just before retirement is becoming a reality. As the Globe and Mail reports, … Read More

Is divorce more common for successful women?

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On behalf of Ganapathi Law Group posted in divorce on Friday, June 23, 2017. Several years ago, British Columbia fans of actress Sandra Bullock cheered for her Oscar win only to learn just weeks later that her husband was having an affair and their marriage was over. This is apparently a common theme among successful actresses, and some researchers wondered why successful women seem … Read More

Kids who experience a bad divorce more apt to be sick as adults

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On behalf of Ganapathi Law Group posted in divorce on Tuesday, June 20, 2017. It sometimes happens that two spouses in British Columbia stop loving each other. Although they may choose to divorce, they never stop loving their children and wanting what’s best for them. Unfortunately, a divorce can wreak havoc on adults’ emotions, and sometimes they end up treating each other in ways they … Read More

Avoiding conflict during a divorce can help kids succeed in life

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On behalf of Ganapathi Law Group posted in divorce on Tuesday, June 13, 2017. Over time, two married people may decide that their romantic commitment to each other is over. Typically, a divorce soon ensues. What does not end, however, is the commitment both parties have to their children. A child’s best interests should always be met as well as can be during and … Read More