About the BC Family Law Guide

About BC Family Law

Welcome to BC Family Law, an online guide to family law matters, including divorce, asset division, child custody, child support, and parenting plans. We’re dedicated to giving you the very best guidance, with a focus on explaining family law in simple terms and offering practical advice.

Our contributors are experienced family law, psychology, social science, and parenting professionals. Articles published on BC Family Law are backed by experience and careful research.

Audience and History

British Columbia, United States and North America

The BC Family Law website was originally based in the Canadian Province of British Columbia. But we are here to serve readers from across the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and other parts of the world.

Family law issues are similar globally — despite some differences in legislative frameworks and court practices. BC Family Law is part of the Unicurve group.

Mission and Inspiration

Our goal is to guide anyone dealing with relationship separation issues, especially when children are involved. We aim to reduce costs and barriers. Self-representation is encouraged. We want parties involved in family law to access quality information without always relying on paid services.


Our content focuses on key family law topics. These include child custody, co-parenting, and divorce. We update our site regularly to ensure accuracy and relevance. Practical advice and clear explanations are our priorities.

Contributor Spotlight: Miles Franklin

For over a decade, Miles Franklin has been a dedicated advocate. He guides clients through difficult divorces and complex family issues. Whenever possible, he uses a non-adversarial approach. His extensive experience, both professionally and personally, makes him a powerful ally in family law.

Miles offers compassionate, straightforward legal analysis. His deep commitment to clients has built his reputation. He is known for his appropriately aggressive and relentless litigation style.

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Feedback and Ideas


We hope you benefit from using the BC Family Law website. Feel free to contact us with questions, feedback, or partnership proposals.