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Richmond is one of Canada’s most diverse cities, and one of the reasons we choose to practice law here and raise our families here. It’s also the place where we enjoy engaging with the community.

On this page, we’ll update you on important legal updates with bulletins, presentations and articles by our lawyers. We also invite you to connect with us via LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter where we can learn about your news and updates.


April 14th, 2017

CFMR is pleased to welcome Samuel Suk to the firm. Samuel practices in the areas of Business Law, Estates and Estate Planning, and Real Estate Law.  A detailed bio of Samuel and the experience he brings to the CFMR team will be posted on our website soon.

February 7th, 2017

CFMR lawyer, Katherine Ducey was counsel on a successful appeal in a claim in which our client’s sisters had disputed the validity of the transfer of their late mother’s home in Vancouver to our client, Mr. McKendry.  Mr. McKendry was added as a joint tenant to the home but a…

January 10th, 2017

  A successful judgment was recently awarded by the BC Supreme Court to CFMR client, Ms. Taylor whose sister, Ms. Sinclair had improperly used a power of attorney to transfer their mother’s long-time home in Richmond to herself and then used the home to help secure and fund the purchase…

December 9th, 2016

  Calling All Richmond Lawyers and Law Firms!  Rise to the Challenge with CFMR This year CFMR is donating to the Richmond Christmas Fund and challenges all Richmond lawyers and/or firms to join them in making a donation.  Every year, the Richmond Christmas Fund helps more than 2,000 Richmond individuals…

December 6th, 2016

Campbell Froh May & Rice LLP recently sponsored the Federation for Asian Canadian Lawyer’ Gala (FACL), which was held on November 30, 2016 at the Vancouver Convention Centre.  The sold out event was attended by approximately 340 people.  Firm members in attendance were Karla Mukai, Victoria Wu, Esteban Kähs and Samson…

October 14th, 2016

Further to CFMR family lawyer Melinda Voros’s article reviewing the case, V.J.F. v. S.K.W., 2016 BCCA 186, which deals with the issue of the loss of exclusions and the rebuttable presumption of a gift in Family law, it was announced on October 13, 2016 that the Supreme Court of Canada, Canada’s…


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