Month: January 2018

Recent case: Hague Convention

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M.H.S. v S.M.G.T. 2015 CarswellBC 2351 In this case, the father of twins wrongfully removed them from Mexico to British Columbia. One twin has autism. When the mother brought an application under the Hague Convention for the return of the

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Job posting: Legal support worker with Luke’s Place

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Luke’s Place is seeking a full time, experienced (minimum 3 years), Legal Support Worker to provide professional delivery of its innovative programs and services to women who have been subjected to intimate partner abuse. Luke’s Place is a unique resource

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New Luke’s Place toolkit for agencies providing family law support services

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Does your agency provide women with: family law information support for preparing for court and managing legal bullying court and lawyer appointment accompaniments? If so, would you like to increase your capacity to deliver these services? Or, do you wish

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What is the Hague Convention and how can it help if my ex-partner takes our children out of Canada?

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The Hague Convention is a tool to assist in having children returned who have been wrongfully removed from one jurisdiction that has signed the Convention to another that has also signed it. It is an international treaty, the full name

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