Common items on a title to be reviewed include building schemes, mortgages, easements, restrictive covenants, and rights. We will review these items and explain them to the client.
The buyer will be required to pay a deposit following the removal of all subjects. This money is usually paid to the realtor who then holds the funds in a trust account pending completion. The amount of this deposit can be negotiated between the buyer and seller and if the buyer is using the assistance […]
We understand that there is a lot of steps involved during the process of purchasing a home. The last thing you want to worry about are all the contracts and agreements. We know that this can become overwhelming and a little intimidating as the legal jargon is not always easy to interpret. We want to […]
In BC, child support remains payable for any child under the age of 19 so long as they have not withdrawn from the charge of their parents, and it can remain payable for children over the age of 19 who are unable to withdraw from the charge of their parents. A child might be unable […]
Child support is a right of the child(ren), and as such, it cannot be waived by a parent. There is no absolute requirement that a parent ask for child support, but they cannot waive the right to seek it in the future.