Family Law. It's ALL we do.
What We Do
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.
- What to expect along the way
- Why your actions matter
- Forms and letters
- Additional resources
How to Find Us
#217 – 2187 Oak Bay Ave.
Victoria, B.C. V8R 1G1 map
Tel: 250 595-2220
Fax: 250 595-4440
We are wheelchair accessible.
Estate Planning Services
Covid-19 has caused many people to think about estate planning, and we can help you get your affairs in order. What if something happens to you? What do you need? Maybe this has caused you some sleepless nights recently. Essential Estate Planning Documents Maybe...
Court Weighs in on Co-parenting and Covid-19
Many families are struggling with co-parenting and Covid-19 challenges. Even families who have never been to court before are seeking the Court's help in this unprecedented time. Essential workers in particular, are being dragged into court to defend their right to...
Six Issues to Consider on the Breakdown of Long-Term Marriages or “Common Law” Relationships
Breakdowns of long-term marriages or common-law relationships, also known as “marriage-like” relationships, is on the rise. Spouses who have been married, or in a marriage-like relationship, for 20, 30, 40 years or more years, have built a financial and social life...
Can a Child Testify in a Family Law Trial?
Parents sometimes ask us if their children can be witnesses at their family law trials. Judges will not usually allow minor children to take the witness stand in a trial.
Canada Shouldn’t be a “Haven” for Child Abduction
If one parent removes a child from their home without the consent of the other parent and takes them to another jurisdiction, that is considered child abduction. Many countries are signatories to the Hague Convention which is an international agreement on how these...
Saskatchewan Court Rules on Family Vaccination Dispute
The Court of Queen’s Bench for Saskatchewan decided in O.M.S. v. E.J.S., 2021 SKQB 243 that the 12-year-old daughter of divorced Saskatoon parents should be allowed to receive a Covid-19 vaccine. This was the court's first ruling on a family vaccination dispute during...