Is Mediation for me? When to resort to alternative dispute resolution

March 7th, 2019 by Rebecca Tenna

Legal proceedings can be long, expensive, and time consuming. There is an alternative or complementary process which may allow parties in a dispute to settle it faster and cheaper than going to…

(Audio) Daniel Shea Discusses Divorce with Children

April 4th, 2017 by Dan Shea

Daniel Shea discusses divorce with children with AM1150.

(Audio) Colin Flannigan Discusses Estranged Children and Wills

March 14th, 2017 by Colin Flannigan

Colin Flannigan discusses estranged children and wills with AM1150.

The Case for Excluded Property under the Family Law Act

February 27th, 2017 by Heidi Taylor

Since the new Family Law Act ... the courts have been wrestling with the legislature's intent behind ‘excluded property’ claims. One of these issues is whether funds initially received by a spouse as…

Property Restraining Orders Against Companies in Family Law

October 14th, 2016 by Heidi Taylor

Under the former Family Relations Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c.128 any party could be restrained from disposing of potential family assets pending trial. The FLA changed the landscape, limiting restraining…

Family Companies

September 28th, 2016 by Heidi Taylor

When parties separate a spouse’s share in a ‘family company’ is often at issue... Post separation, spouses sometimes struggle with how to define the value of that business.

(AUDIO) Carolyn Cyfra Discusses Divorce, Child Support and Family Law

July 26th, 2016 by FH&P Lawyers

Carolyn Cyfra Discusses Divorce, Child Support and Family Law

(AUDIO) Daniel Shea Discusses Divorce and Family Law

June 28th, 2016 by Dan Shea

Daniel Shea discusses divorce and family law with Phil Johnson from AM1150.

(AUDIO) - Gillian Dougans discusses elder caregivers and elder law.

June 9th, 2016 by FH&P Lawyers

Listen as Gillian Dougans discusses elder caregivers and elder law.

(Audio) - Jim Herperger discusses how parents with special needs children deal with getting old.

April 28th, 2016 by FH&P Lawyers

Listen as Jim Herperger discusses how parents with special needs children deal with getting old.

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Spotlight on: Andrea Meyes

This past March, FH&P Lawyers had the pleasure of welcoming Andrea Meyes into the team as an articling student.

FH&P lawyers’ Colin Flannigan gives guidelines on Tuesday Morning Law Talk on AM 1150 with Phil Johnson.

So you’ve been appointed Power of Attorney; what next? “Initially, forget the honor of being appointed” says Colin, “Focus, instead, on what the needs of the donor are. This includes financial responsibility, health, relationships, property, and other such affairs”.

Kelowna Cyclist Rights, Responsibilities, and what to do if you're in an Accident

As a cyclist, it’s important that you take the proper safety precautions, are aware of the rules of the road, and know your rights and how to protect yourself in the event that you are in a motor vehicle accident and need to take legal action.