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JP Boyd worked as an arbitrator, mediator, litigator and parenting coordinator in private
practice in Vancouver for thirteen years before joining the Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family as its executive director. John-Paul is a fellow of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and a member of the Law Society of British Columbia, the Canadian Bar Association, the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts.
The views and opinions expressed in this blog are the author's alone and are not attributable to or representative of any other organization.
The Law this Blog Talks About
The information provided in this blog relates to the law of British Columbia, Canada. It may be relevant if you live elsewhere in Canada but it almost certainly won't be relevant if you live outside of Canada.
Legal Advice and this Blog
Although it ought to go without saying, this blog doesn't provide legal advice and shouldn't be taken as such, and I can't give advice in reply to readers' comments. For proper legal advice and up to date information about the law, you really must speak to a lawyer.
Client Recruitment and this Blog
I maintain this blog as a public legal education project, not to find new clients. To find a family law lawyer in your area, contact the CBA's excellent Lawyer Referral Service at 604-687-3221 or 800-663-1919.
Comments Yes, Spam No
I moderate comments to this blog to screen out spam and offensive remarks. Comments will usually be posted within 24 hours. Readers' comments do not reflect my views and opinions.
I define spam as including vacuous and off-topic comments apparently submitted primarily for the purpose of getting a link to a website posted on the internet. To that end, I'd like to give a special shout-out to my friend Harveer Shastri who offers intercaste and interreligious marriages in Delhi, India. Harveer, enough with the comments already.
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