by Michael Butterfield on November 2nd, 2022
Tax and spousal support is often overlooked when couples separate. This is important, as it is one of the few areas where a family can benefit from a tax reduction. Who doesn’t want to pay fewer taxes? Generally speaking, spousal support is tax-deductible for the payor and taxable for the…
by Jayne Embree on July 13th, 2020
The Court Registry windows for help and information for Provincial and Supreme Court matters in the Victoria BC courthouse.
by Jayne Embree on December 11th, 2019
A man and woman sit at a table amongst balls of rolled up paper trying to agree and make a list of things they need to include in a cohabitation agreement.
by Jayne Embree on June 22nd, 2019
Three smiling young children splash in the water of a pool during their summer holidays.
by Michael Butterfield on August 21st, 2018
Separation and Back To School Getting children and families set up for school year schedules after a long summer break is complicated for everyone. When you add separation into the equation, planning can only get more complicated. Everyone involved wants the back to school process to be as smooth as…