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The amount of child support that a parent must pay to the other parent depends on many factors, including the number of children for whom support is to be paid, the parenting arrangements for the child or children, as well as each parent’s income. The Child Support...read more
When parents, or the court, determine parenting arrangements for a child, the best interests of the child is the only consideration. Where there is credible evidence about one parent’s capacity to parent a child in a safe and positive manner, the court may order that...read more
As family lawyers who are focused on achieving meaningful and cost-effective resolution for our clients, our goal is to resolve family law matters by Family Law Agreement wherever possible. Family Law Agreements can be achieved in a variety of ways, including through...read more
On September 29, 2017, lawyers and staff from BHM attended Families Matter, a silent auction fundraiser for the Family Services of Greater Victoria (previously B.C. Families in Transition). Two of our lawyers, Shauna Tucker and Samantha de Wit, are on the Board of...read more
Children and youth who have been in Government Care in BC have financial options to help them further their education. The Foster Parent Support Services Society ("FPSS") compiles this information in a new resource, A Guide to: Scholarships, Bursaries, Tuition Waivers...read more
On May 11th to 12th, Suzanne Williams from the BHM team spoke at the Vancouver event, Access to Justice for Children: Child Rights in Action Conference organized by the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC (CLEBC) in collaboration with the Canadian Bar...read more