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Here at Soll & Company, our Kamloops family lawyers have practised at all court levels in British Columbia and also have assisted families out of court through mediation. We have gained much experience in BC law and would like to share with you some important facts in the following blog.

  • 07/09/2017
    Child Custody During a Separation or Divorce

    Separation and divorce are a challenging time for families, especially children who are often forgotten in the equation or used as pawns against the ‘other’ spouse. In British Columbia the government recognized this, changing the laws in 2013 to get away from the idea of winning and losing that the words custody and access suggest. The new approach moves away from parents’ rights over their children and focuses more on parents’ responsibility for their children.

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  • Domestic violence and legal options in Kamloops British Columbia
    22/11/2016
    Legal Options from Domestic Violence in BC

    Domestic violence is NEVER right. Domestic violence includes any form of violence within a relationship (marriage, common law or dating) - sexual, emotional, verbal, financial, and psychological including threats and the use of a weapon of control and intimidation by a spouse, partner, boyfriend/girlfriend, or ex-spouse. Domestic violence can happen even after a relationship is over.


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  • Legal rights when charged in Kamloops British Columbia
    31/10/2016
    Your Rights When Arrested or Charged

    When you have been arrested by the police or charged with a crime, it is crucial that you are aware of your rights and of the invaluable assistance that a Kamloops criminal lawyer can provide during this time. At Soll & Company, we believe that it is important for all Kamloops residents to know what actions are in their best interest when dealing with the criminal justice system.

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  • 31/10/2016
    4 COMMON MYTHS AND MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT FAMILY LAW IN BC

    Family law in British Columbia has not only gone through some changes over the past few years, but it also differs in important ways from family law in other parts of Canada. These changes and differences, as well as persistent public myths surrounding family law, have led to some widely believed misconceptions about the topic.

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