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If you want to book a meeting with a child custody lawyer to talk about sole custody in BC, call us toll-free.
In order to get sole custody, you are going to need to show it’s in the best interests of the child.
If you want to get help from our top lawyers in getting custody, we can do two different things for you:
- We can prepare a custody agreement (competitive flat fee)
- We can help you prefer for going to court. Hiring a lawyer to go to court for you is too expensive for most people, so we don’t offer that as a service. However, we can get everything ready for you.
Click the article link if you want to learn more about how child custody works.
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Sole Custody in British Columbia
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Our company operates online and will support you as little or as much as you want.
We seem to get endless amounts of phone calls from people wanting sole custody in BC. Most of the callers are upset. We can connect them with an attorney. Below are common reasons why people are upset and want full custody:
- The child hasn’t been going to the doctor much
- One parent is moving to a new city far away
- The other parent has a mental disorder
- One of the parents has substance abuse problems
If you are looking for sole custody in BC, please reach out to us via the live chat function in the bottom right of the screen.
Getting help with family law can be expensive. If you need help with sole custody in BC, you can reach us by using the live chat function in the bottom right of the screen.
Interests Of The Child
ClearWay Law acknowledges how expensive it can be to hire a family lawyer. In addition to providing amazing customer service, we also want to offer great rates. In other lawyers that we speak to, their average client fee is $10,000.
The family law industry sometimes pushes clients into confrontation instead of quickly resolving their issues.
Sometimes when people call us with a legal issue, they think they want to go to court. That is of course until we tell them they might end up spending $10,000. Instead, it is better to take an approach of negotiation, where you might be able to settle your family law matter for $1500.
We plan to offer family law templates. This will be for people that have no money for a lawyer to help them.
We always recommend getting a family lawyer to help you and to provide legal advice. But for some, they simply cannot afford it. The templates will be the best solution for them.
The templates are created by our family lawyer, and you will fill out all your information and get a recommendation for which template you should download.
British Columbia Lawyers Services
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Family Agreements
- Mediation & Arbitration
- Property & Debt Division
- Separation & Divorce
- Spousal Support
- Family Law Act
Parenting Responsibilities and Sole Custody in BC
When you reach out, it is best to share as much information as possible. We prefer when clients book directly on our home page by booking a time and date that works for them. Explain the following about your case:
- What legal issue do you have?
- What is the desired outcome?
- Who is the other person?
- Are there any upcoming court dates?
- Do you and/or the other spouse have property?
The Lawyers Offer Great Client Service
Do you need to hire a family lawyer to help you with sole custody in BC? Please call us toll-free or fill out the form on this page.
Our top lawyers pride themselves on getting back to clients extremely fast. Often people with legal issues call us at 8 pm or on weekends, and we answer. Due to massive call volumes, we have got a bit slower. Some other lawyers take over a week to get back to clients. That is completely unacceptable.
Many clients focus on price when speaking to a law firm, but we believe that amazing communication and resolving an issue quickly is far more important.
If you are looking for sole custody in BC, you need a law firm and a lawyer that cares about your needs. You don’t want to feel like a transaction.
An easy way to save money is to only way for you need. If you only need to file a divorce, you should only pay a law firm to file a divorce. Don’t let a lawyer talk you into a contested custody battle that costs $10,000.
Sole Custody in BC
In some courts in Canada, 70% of people are without a lawyer. If they are up against a lawyer on the other side, they will have a hard time. Even though they know it will be a hard fight against a family lawyer, they would rather do it themselves.
According to a legal trend report in 2018, it’s not because of cost. It’s because the average person thinks it’s too much stress to work with a lawyer. They would rather handle a stressful situation like sole custody by themselves. It’s obvious that the family law industry is broken to anyone who is looking.
Many clients want help with a legal issue, but they don’t know if it’s worth it to hire a lawyer? Will a lawyer really make a difference? Some people going through a family law issue like divorce might become untrusting of people around them.
Dealing with a law firm doesn’t need to be so complicated. If you have a legal issue, the lawyer can tell you roughly how much it’s going to cost.
The attorney can explain how we are going to help you. Once you sign a letter of engagement and provide them with your ID, they get to work on what you asked the lawyer to do.
Sole Custody in BC and How To Get It
As mentioned above, you are going to need to convince the judge that awarding you sole custody is in the best interests of the child.
You will allow need to show that your house is the most stable environment for the child. Keep in the mind the other party will likely try and show situations that have happened in the past where the environment was not stable. In family law, there is often an opposing party who will try and make things difficult for you. Therefore, family law can get expensive.
When you try for sole custody, you will also need to show the same thing. You will want to show that the other parent doesn’t have the ability to take care of the child. You will need to show that where the opposing party is living is an unstable environment for the child.
Does The Child Always Go With The Mother?
Absolutely not. The courts prefer that the child can spend time with both the father and the mother.
Mothers and fathers bring different lessons and skills to a child, and if possible, it’s best the child sees both parents.
That being said, the courts are not going to put a child in an unsafe environment. Having a child custody lawyer help you prepare your materials for court can make a big difference if you win your case.
When you are trying to set up parenting arrangements and support, think about the following:
- The income of yourself and the other party
- How many children you have
- The ages of the children
- With who the children are living
- Where the children are living
Author: Alistair Vigier is the CEO of ClearWay Law