Different cultures have varying customs on when children should have a regular bed of their own. Intact families are left to their own choices on this usually without interference from the state.
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Divorcees don’t need to afford lifestyle they were accustomed to in marriage, Court of Appeal judge says as he rules against ex-wife
Feb 13, 2017
In the so-called “battle of the sexes” or “gender wars” or injustices in family law, other than custody of children, no subject is more contentious and open to deserved critical debate than post separation financial claims by ex wives against former husbands.
Jul 20, 2015
The anger a father feels when he suddenly can’t see his children as much as he used to is universal and very understandable. No caring and nurturing parent can not experience that anger.
Jun 30, 2015
Everyone is familiar with the saying that a man representing himself in court has a fool for a client. I am here to tell you not to believe it! It doesn’t have to be true.
Jun 12, 2015
It is human nature to want to trust someone coming forward on behalf of your X offering to help resolve problems which have vexed you for some time. When that person is her lawyer be careful not to fall into one of two possible situations:
- The lawyer may seem to be a really good, polite, conscientious lawyer eager to seek a reasonable settlement of their client’s case.
- The Outline of Law below was written several years before the introduction of the new Family Law Act in British Columbia in November 2013.
Mar 29, 2013
Report to Supreme Court chief justice calls for family law overhaul
Article by KIRK MAKIN
Published in the Globe & Mail
An unreleased report commissioned by the country’s top judge is urging a radical overhaul of Canada’s family law system.
Jul 08, 2012
Parental Alienation is a disorder found in many children with divorcing parents. This syndrome is an estrangement of the child from one parent, caused by the intentional (or unconcious) efforts of the other parent.
Jul 06, 2012
The Department of Justice in Canada has an excellent section on their website called Supporting Families, with information for parents and children going through a divorce.
Jul 04, 2012
Over the coming months, we will be providing information, and answers to commonly asked questions regarding divorce and the legal system. Listed below are some of the subjects we will be covering.