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2016-03-15

Interview with Global News on the impact of rising house prices on divorce settlements

On March 14, 2016 I shared my views with John Hua of Global News on the impact of the rising house prices on divorce settlements. Check out the story here.

 

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2016-03-14

CBC Interview on how rising house prices are affecting divorce settlements

On March 10, 2016 I was interviewed by CBC about how rising house prices are affecting divorce settlements. Check out the whole article by Jason Proctor here.

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2016-01-22

Connect Family Law — our website is live!

On the heels of my December 24, 2015 post, our firm website is now live.

Check it out: http://connectfamilylaw.ca

 

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2015-12-24

Announcing my new firm

I am excited to announce the opening of my new law firm, Connect Family Law.

My practice continues to be solely devoted to representing clients in family law disputes, including issues related to divorce, property division (including substantial and diverse assets as well as business/corporate interests), common law and equitable trusts, spousal support, child support, guardianship, mobility, parenting time and conflicts of law.

I also draft co-habitation agreements, marriage agreements and separation agreements.

My office is located at suite 540 – 1285 West Broadway (@ Birch), Vancouver, BC, V6H 3X8.

Email: leisha@connectfamilylaw.com

Phone is 604-266-5004.

Website: coming soon.

Season’s Greetings!

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2015-07-31

Divorce Salons – A new trend

Visit my new site here to learn about this new trend!

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2015-05-22

Husband accidentally gifts $2 million to his soon-to-be Ex-Wife

Find out what the BC Court of Appeal had to say about what happens when one spouse gifts “excluded property” to the other in our post here.

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2014-08-18

Judges Assigned to Family Law Cases – Development of a Family Law Court?

Beginning in September 2014, a roster of judges in both Vancouver and New Westminster will be assigned to a fixed term of family work, which will include trials, chambers and conferences.

This is a pilot project designed to serve the needs of litigants in family cases, many of whom are self-represented. This pilot project will be useful for litigants and there counsel, as these judges will be intimately familiar with family law issues and the new Family Law Act.

 

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2014-05-27

The Most Expensive Divorce in History?

Read about this divorce case involving a Russian billionaire, and my own comments on divorce and family trusts in my post here.

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2014-04-29

Spousal Support: Post-Separation Increases in Income

Is your ex-spouse entitled to more spousal support if you get a raise? Read my post here to find out.

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2014-03-05

Court of Appeal divided on whether a “book of business” is a family asset

Read my post on how the BC Court of Appeal views a book of business in the context of family law here.

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