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British Columbia

Enforcing Judgment In British Columbia

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  Are you looking for help with enforcing a judgment in British Columbia? You have put in the effort to win a lawsuit or some kind of court action. Now you want to collect. Most people assume that people will simply follow a court order. This is not the case. People would sometimes rather go ...
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Filing A Petition In Supreme Court

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  Are you interested in filing a petition to the Court in BC?   A petition is different to a notice of civil claim. With a petition, there is no trial or witnesses. There is simply a hearing in front of a judge that normally lasts a few hours.   You must pick either a ...
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Supreme Court Civil Rules BC

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  Are you trying to learn all the Supreme Court Civil Rules in BC? Good luck. It takes most lawyers over five years of practising law to know the rules.   If you are self-represented in BC, you should talk to us about legal coaching. Some people cannot afford a lawyer full time.   We ...
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Surrey Divorce Coach

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  Are you looking for a Surrey divorce coach? If you are in British Columbia, this article will explain the differences between a divorce coach and a family attorney. A family lawyer in BC often does the LSAT, law school for three years, articling (internship) for a year, and then passes the bar exam. They ...
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What Is A Lay Witness?

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  Are you wondering what a lay witness is? Sometimes the legal industry uses confusing terms. This article will also discuss the different types of witnesses.   If you have an upcoming trial or examination for discovery and you want to hire a lawyer, fill out the form on the side of this page.   ...
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Case Planning Conference Form 19

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  Are you planning to organize a case planning conference? Or perhaps you just got served with a notice of case planning conference form 19?   This article will tell you what you need to do. This of course assumes that you do not have a lawyer. Many people self represent at the provincial court ...
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Long Chambers, Civil, Vancouver Supreme Court

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Are you looking into booking a long chambers application for a civil matter in the Vancouver court? Good luck.   There have not been any dates listed for over a month. Lawyers we work with have been desperately trying to figure out a way to book a hearing.   They have tried to shorten an ...
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Wills Variation in British Columbia

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  Are you looking for help with wills variation in British Columbia? Estate law can be complicated. If your parent or spouse has died and you discover that you are excluded from their Will (disinherited), or you have been included but are disappointed with your inheritance, you have a legal entitlement to seek a variation ...
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How To Deal With Being Disinherited By Parents

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  Are you looking into how to deal with being disinherited by parents in Ontario or BC? This article will go into detail on how estate law works, and what you should do. Of course, the first step is to book a consultation with one of our estate lawyers in either Vancouver or Toronto. In ...
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Court Order Enforcement Act Regulations

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Are you learning about the court order enforcement act regulations? Are you worried about someone using the Court Order Enforcement Act against you? Or maybe you are trying to get paid from your judgment? This article will teach you what you can do. If it's not too late for you, we suggest you hire a ...

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