No Fault Benefits – What are they?

Most people are aware that they are entitled to compensation if they have been injured in a motor vehicle accident caused by the fault of someone else. However, many people don’t know that, even if they are at fault for… Read more

Why Do I Need a Will?

According to a recent poll by a large financial institution, roughly half of all Canadians don’t have a Will.  Research suggests that in the next 20 years an estimated $1 trillion is expected to be inherited by the next generation… Read more

Shared Ownership and Joint Tenancy

When doing estate planning people often consider sharing ownership of financial assets with adult family members or friends. There are a number of different reasons for sharing ownership of these assets, which may include assistance with financial management or the… Read more

Begging for Money

In 2013, I was a guest speaker on CKNW radio, talking about panhandling and the laws around it.  In 2015, I was on CBC radio, speaking about the same topic: Panhandling is illegal in Langley. With summer coming up… Read more

Family Law is Emotional (So, Keep a Cool Head)

I don’t normally write about family law, despite practicing it.  But, I’m going to break that trend this week… And, I’m going to start from scratch, from the basics. In case you didn’t know, family law is an incredibly emotional… Read more