Vancouver Common Law Relationship Lawyers
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The ending of a relationship can present a multitude of challenges. Many of the challenges involved in parting ways with a former partner involve dividing property, determining custody for children and making certain that you receive what is rightfully yours. Working with an experienced lawyer can help make certain that your best interests are protected in your situation.
At Epstein Law, we are led by a lawyer with more than 20 years of legal experience. We have a reputation for providing highly personalized, professional and competent legal services. We represent clients in a wide range of family law matters, including divorce, custody, access, child support, same-sex divorce and more.
What Is a Common Law Marriage?
Two people can be deemed married if they have been living together for two years. One of the most important processes in the dissolution of a common law relationship is the property division process, which can become highly detailed and complicated. While the process can be complex, you can be assured that our lawyers will take a straightforward and effective approach to resolving your legal issue.
The Dissolution of a Common Law Marriage in British Columbia
While individuals have rights in the dissolution of a common law marriage, the process of dividing assets and determining custody, access and child support are much different. The courts will examine how much one person contributed to the marriage, which bills were paid by which individual and how long the relationship lasted.
At Epstein Law, we are familiar with the subtle differences in the law, and we understand how critically the courts will examine the details of a common law marriage. We know that you will likely have questions and concerns. You can trust that we will work diligently on your behalf. We make certain we stay cognizant of your financial situation and work toward achieving the goals that you have identified for your situation.
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Serving Areas Such as Burnaby, Richmond, Delta, New Westminster and Surrey — Asset Division Lawyers
We welcome the opportunity to speak with you regarding your situation. Please contact our Vancouver common law relationship lawyers at 604-685-4321 to schedule a free initial consultation. We can take cases on a limited retainer basis. Contact us to learn more.