Finding a Missing Person
As an international investigator, people reach out to me for a variety of reasons. More often than not that means trying to find someone that has become estranged or is missing somewhere in […]
Divorced and Travelling During the Holidays? Be Aware of New Canadian Passport Requirements
With the holiday season right around the corner, many people are starting to think about planning for their travel to visit loved ones. For those whose travel plans need them to take valid […]
Custody Self-Help: When a Vacation Turns Into a Permanent Move
If you are a separated or divorced parent the summer vacation period – which frequently involves travel plans – can be fraught with concerns over the other parent adhering to established custody and […]
Can I Get My Kid’s Passport Without the Other Parent’s Consent?
With summer being the season for travel, any separated and divorced parent who wants to take the kids travelling should take care to ensure the requisite permissions have been obtained from the other […]
Never Mind Vacation – What Happens When Family Law Disputes Go Abroad?
Given that it’s the summer travel season, it brings to mind the question of how family law disputes are dealt with when one party has moved to a different jurisdiction. This arises at […]
Father Too Late to Stop Mother’s Move with Child
In past articles I have emphasized the importance of acting promptly, which includes not only hiring a lawyer and getting advice, but also taking prompt and active steps to assert your legal rights. […]