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.

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May 25th, 2017

Heading on vacation outside of Canada? According to a recent Canadian case, a Mexican resort can be sued in Canada by a Canadian tourist alleged to have suffered injuries during her stay at the premises. The ruling is important in addressing responsibility and liability in cases where contracts are made…

May 2nd, 2017

British Columbia’s Attorney General recently announced significant changes to the Provincial Court. Starting June 1, 2017, the Provincial Court’s jurisdiction for small claims cases will increase from $25,000 to $35,000. With few exceptions, the “Small Claims Court” will also no longer hear cases with claims less than $5000, which will…

April 20th, 2017

In our ongoing commitment to better serve our clients and the public, CFMR has recently added new content and FAQ’s to the Personal Injury page of the firm’s website to help you understand what’s involved in a personal injury claim. For more detailed information specific to your own situation, please…

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…


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