As of January 4, 2022, in British Columbia, parents and other family members going through separation and divorce are required to take free online parenting courses prior to appearing in court.
Being cheated on by your spouse is generally not a topic people like to think about. Covid and technology have made it more difficult than ever to cheat on your spouse. We think it will never happen to us. But what if it does and the marriage is not reconcilable and now you want a divorce?
Courts are seeing more disputes between ex-partners over whether to vaccinate their children. Even parents that have typically agreed on vaccinations in the past can struggle when it comes to the Covid vaccination.
Parenting arrangements have been historically referred to as custody and access. There has been much confusion about what custody and access means to parents and families and often these terms are used incorrectly.
In a recent case the father retained SMP Law to help with his situation where the mother was putting the child into a private school without his consent and demanding his share of the costs for the private school be considered a section 7 expense.