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Family law: Brown Henderson Melbye.  It’s ALL we do.  From family law fundamentals to innovations such as mediation, arbitration, collaborative law, child interviews and parenting coordination.

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Brown Henderson Melbye.
#217 – 2187 Oak Bay Ave.
Victoria, B.C. V8R 1G1 map

Tel: 250 595-2220
Fax: 250 595-4440

We are wheelchair accessible.

BHM is in the Christmas Spirit

In previous years BHM has sponsored the Children's Health Foundation of Vancouver Island by taking part in their annual Bear Wear competition. This year, BHM is sponsoring the Foundation's "A Not So Silent Night" event. The event is taking place at the Grand Pacific...

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Trudi Brown In The Media about High Conflict

Trudi Brown was asked to do several interviews in early January 2018 about high conflict cases after a tragic family law matter was in the news which devastated the family and broader community.  The news items focused on how to best support children and families...

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Congratulations to Trudi Brown! Family Law Expert

Congratulations to our very own, Trudi Brown! Trudi L. Brown, Q.C., has been chosen by her peers out of all of the family lawyers in British Columbia to be the first ever recipient of the Law Society of British Columbia’s Excellence in Family Law Award. With her 45...

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Education Support to BC Children and Youth in Care

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...

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Samantha Rapoport’s Success in Court

Samantha Rapoport achieves success at the British Columbia Supreme Court for a client seeking to reduce arrears of child support.  The reported decision can be read here: http://www.courts.gov.bc.ca/jdb-txt/sc/17/23/2017BCSC2390.htm  Arrears are unpaid and outstanding...

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