Living Together or Living Apart: Common-Law Relationships, Marriage, Separation, and Divorce
Explains the basics of family law in BC: marriage/marriage-like relationships (common-law), separation, divorce, agreements, parenting, child/spousal support, and property/debt. Also describes legal options and where to get help. Updated to conform to the new BC Family Law Act (March 18, 2013).View PDF
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