Marriage breakdown is inherently difficult. At Ramsay Lampman Rhodes our goal is to assist our clients in managing family law matters in the best manner possible through a non-adversarial approach such as collaborative family law or mediation. If that approach is not effective, we provide our clients with experienced representation in the court process as required. BC divorce proceedings, child custody arrangements, spousal support, mediations, addressing tax concerns and the overall financial implications of marital dissolution are all areas where we can provide professional assistance to strategically resolve the issues in a manner consistent with our clients’ long-term interests.

Depending on your circumstances, you may benefit from considering mediation or arbitration to resolve your family law dispute. To learn more about these alternative dispute resolution tools visit our Family Mediation and Arbitration page.

Employment Lawyer Sheridan King Talks Employer Considerations Regarding Temporary Layoffs During COVID-19

Sheridan King, a member of our employment law team, joined Dan Hurley (Director and Chair-Elect of the Vancouver Island Economic Alliance) to contribute to a series being broadcast by VIEA to help Island businesses manage the challenges created by the pandemic. Sheridan gave an overview of temporary layoffs under the B.C. Employment Standards Act, with particular…

Covid-19 Update: Phase 2 – Reopening Safely at RLR Lawyers

As of May 20, 2020, RLR Lawyers has reviewed the B.C. government and other health authority websites, and we continue to comply with health directions and prudent practices. As we start to reopen our offices, we also want to share the measures we are taking to protect our clients, our staff, and our communities. The…

Parenting Arrangements and COVID-19

COVID-19 poses distinct challenges for families who share parenting time between two households. Many parents wonder if transitioning a child back and forth between homes is a safe practice during a pandemic. In these unusual times, most co-parenting arrangements can and should continue. Parents should not assume that an existing parenting schedule is automatically “paused”…

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