Legal Insights

Family Law

A cohabitation agreement is a legal document that sets out the rights and obligations of individuals who are living together, or contemplating living together, in a committed relationship but are

Employment & Human Rights

What is “Family Status Discrimination”? The Human Rights Code (the “Code”) sets out protections for British Columbians. In relation to employment, Section 13 of the Code states that a person

Estate Litigation

A will is a legal document left by someone who has died setting out what to do with that person’s estate. There are a number of reasons that a will

Civil Litigation Home

With the shift in the housing market, we’ve received many calls by buyers wanting to get out of deals or sellers after the buyer failed to complete the sale. This

Family Law

Common-law is a widely understood term used to reference two people living together in a marriage-like relationship but who are not legally married. What many may not realize is that