Services

We are proud to provide a diverse set of service

Business Law

DuMoulin Boskovich provides entrepreneurs and business owners with strategic, effective and tailored solutions for their legal and business needs. Our business lawyers counsel and guide entrepreneurs, business owners and their families in a wide range of industries.

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Expertise:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Buying or Selling a Business

Family Law

Family law addresses family related matters and domestic relations including: marriage and common law relationships; adoption and surrogacy; and guardianship. Conflict in these areas often result in divorce and separation, as well as contests over spousal and child support, division of family assets, and child custody and access. Protracted conflict can often be avoided by coming to agreement before the end of a relationship and by engaging in a dispute resolution process afterward. The experienced lawyers at DuMoulin Boskovich can help you make the best decisions for you and your family.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Divorce and Separation
  • Spousal and Child Support
  • Agreements
  • Mediation and Dispute Resolution

Commercial Litigation

Not all business relationships end amicably. Whether you have had your contractual rights breached or are confronted with someone who feels that you have breached theirs, you need professional help to maximize your business’s leverage. Our commercial litigation lawyers will provide valuable assistance to you in any business dispute. We are committed to helping you prevent or resolve conflicts in a timely and effective manner, while minimizing expenses and disruptions. Counsel at DuMoulin Boskovich are experienced at handling diverse demands in dispute resolution and providing representation in all facets of litigation before all levels of the Canadian judicial system.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Debtor and creditor
  • PPSA Enforcement
  • Strata Property
  • Builders Lien Claims

Employment Law

One of the most important relationships in business is the one you have with your own employees. The employment services team at DuMoulin Boskovich has the experience and depth of understanding to help guide you through every phase of the relationship you have with your non-unionized employees.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Wrongful Dismissal
  • Employment Contracts

Personal Injury

DuMoulin Boskovich LLP has been practicing in the area of personal injury law for over 25 years. We can provide assistance both before and after any legal action has been commenced. Our cost effective team has successfully defended numerous personal injury claims on behalf of both insurers and the insured. Our large team of personal injury insurance lawyers has the breadth of experience and knowledge to attain the best outcome for our clients.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Buying or Selling a Business

Wills, Estates and Incapacity Planning

A will is the most basic form of estate planning. A properly drawn will appoints a representative who will carry out your directions for the disposition of your estate after your death.

Some issues to consider before making a will include the following:

  • Provisions for beneficiaries
  • Choosing executors and trustees
  • Choosing guardians for minor children
  • Designating beneficiaries under RRSPs, TFSAs, and life insurance policies to minimize probate fees
  • Income tax considerations

However, wills take effect only upon the death of the will maker and thus the will maker has no way to oversee their administration or to correct misjudgments or unfairness. Wills are not immune to attack under various statutes. Furthermore, without proper planning, wills may not take advantage of tax laws.

Trusts

In addition to wills, various types of trusts can be used as a planning technique where a person has substantial wealth or there are many interested parties in the estate. Probate can be avoided if assets are transferred to a trust during a person’s lifetime but the tax implications of such transfers must first be considered.

Tax Planning

Tax planning devices can be used to minimize the impact of tax, both annual income tax and taxes triggered by the death of the client. Our aim in advising clients on wealth preservation is to provide the most effective corporate and financial structures for each client’s needs and objectives.

Incapacity Planning

Incapacity planning is important both in making decisions for end of life care and in ensuring your affairs are in order should an unexpected health issue arise. There are several types of legal documents which allow individuals to plan for the possibility of future incapability, including:

  • Enduring powers of attorney
  • Representation agreements
  • Advance directives
  • Nominations of committee

Each of these documents grants different types of decision making abilities to the appointed person. We can help you determine which documents would serve your needs best.

Committeeship

If someone becomes incapable without the proper documents in place it may be necessary to apply for the court to appoint a committee. Appointing a committee is a serious legal matter as it removes a person’s right to make his or her own decisions. Once a person is appointed as committee of the incapable person, he or she will be granted the ability to make decisions regarding the incapable adult’s person (health care, residence), the adult’s estate (financial decisions), or both, depending upon what is granted by the court. We know the complexities of the specific legal criteria that must be met in order to establish a committeeship.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Committeeship
  • Estate Planning
  • Estate Litigation

Real Estate

Our real estate practice includes all phases of the acquisition, development, financing, re-zoning, leasing and sale of real estate. Our experience in complex transactions includes representing lenders, borrowers, developers, equity investors and owners.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Strata Property Development
  • Commercial Leasing

Services

We are proud to provide a diverse set of services

Business Law

DuMoulin Boskovich provides entrepreneurs and business owners with strategic, effective and tailored solutions for their legal and business needs. Our business lawyers counsel and guide entrepreneurs, business owners and their families in a wide range of industries.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Buying or Selling a Business

Family Law

Family law addresses family related matters and domestic relations including: marriage and common law relationships; adoption and surrogacy; and guardianship. Conflict in these areas often result in divorce and separation, as well as contests over spousal and child support, division of family assets, and child custody and access. Protracted conflict can often be avoided by coming to agreement before the end of a relationship and by engaging in a dispute resolution process afterward. The experienced lawyers at DuMoulin Boskovich can help you make the best decisions for you and your family.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Divorce and Separation
  • Spousal and Child Support
  • Agreements
  • Mediation and Dispute Resolution

Commercial Litigation

Not all business relationships end amicably. Whether you have had your contractual rights breached or are confronted with someone who feels that you have breached theirs, you need professional help to maximize your business’s leverage. Our commercial litigation lawyers will provide valuable assistance to you in any business dispute. We are committed to helping you prevent or resolve conflicts in a timely and effective manner, while minimizing expenses and disruptions. Counsel at DuMoulin Boskovich are experienced at handling diverse demands in dispute resolution and providing representation in all facets of litigation before all levels of the Canadian judicial system.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Debtor and creditor
  • PPSA Enforcement
  • Strata Property
  • Builders Lien Claims

Employment Law

One of the most important relationships in business is the one you have with your own employees. The employment services team at DuMoulin Boskovich has the experience and depth of understanding to help guide you through every phase of the relationship you have with your non-unionized employees.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Wrongful Dismissal
  • Employment Contracts

Personal Injury

DuMoulin Boskovich LLP has been practicing in the area of personal injury law for over 25 years. We can provide assistance both before and after any legal action has been commenced. Our cost effective team has successfully defended numerous personal injury claims on behalf of both insurers and the insured. Our large team of personal injury insurance lawyers has the breadth of experience and knowledge to attain the best outcome for our clients.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Buying or Selling a Business

Wills, Estates and Incapacity Planning

A will is the most basic form of estate planning. A properly drawn will appoints a representative who will carry out your directions for the disposition of your estate after your death.

Some issues to consider before making a will include the following:

  • Provisions for beneficiaries
  • Choosing executors and trustees
  • Choosing guardians for minor children
  • Designating beneficiaries under RRSPs, TFSAs, and life insurance policies to minimize probate fees
  • Income tax considerations

However, wills take effect only upon the death of the will maker and thus the will maker has no way to oversee their administration or to correct misjudgments or unfairness. Wills are not immune to attack under various statutes. Furthermore, without proper planning, wills may not take advantage of tax laws.

Trusts

In addition to wills, various types of trusts can be used as a planning technique where a person has substantial wealth or there are many interested parties in the estate. Probate can be avoided if assets are transferred to a trust during a person’s lifetime but the tax implications of such transfers must first be considered.

Tax Planning

Tax planning devices can be used to minimize the impact of tax, both annual income tax and taxes triggered by the death of the client. Our aim in advising clients on wealth preservation is to provide the most effective corporate and financial structures for each client’s needs and objectives.

Incapacity Planning

Incapacity planning is important both in making decisions for end of life care and in ensuring your affairs are in order should an unexpected health issue arise. There are several types of legal documents which allow individuals to plan for the possibility of future incapability, including:

  • Enduring powers of attorney
  • Representation agreements
  • Advance directives
  • Nominations of committee

Each of these documents grants different types of decision making abilities to the appointed person. We can help you determine which documents would serve your needs best.

Committeeship

If someone becomes incapable without the proper documents in place it may be necessary to apply for the court to appoint a committee. Appointing a committee is a serious legal matter as it removes a person’s right to make his or her own decisions. Once a person is appointed as committee of the incapable person, he or she will be granted the ability to make decisions regarding the incapable adult’s person (health care, residence), the adult’s estate (financial decisions), or both, depending upon what is granted by the court. We know the complexities of the specific legal criteria that must be met in order to establish a committeeship.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Committeeship
  • Estate Planning
  • Estate Litigation

Real Estate

Our real estate practice includes all phases of the acquisition, development, financing, re-zoning, leasing and sale of real estate. Our experience in complex transactions includes representing lenders, borrowers, developers, equity investors and owners.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Strata Property Development
  • Commercial Leasing

Services

We are proud to provide a diverse set of services

DuMoulin Boskovich provides entrepreneurs and business owners with strategic, effective and tailored solutions for their legal and business needs. Our business lawyers counsel and guide entrepreneurs, business owners and their families in a wide range of industries.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Buying or Selling a Business

Family law addresses family related matters and domestic relations including: marriage and common law relationships; adoption and surrogacy; and guardianship. Conflict in these areas often result in divorce and separation, as well as contests over spousal and child support, division of family assets, and child custody and access. Protracted conflict can often be avoided by coming to agreement before the end of a relationship and by engaging in a dispute resolution process afterward. The experienced lawyers at DuMoulin Boskovich can help you make the best decisions for you and your family.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Divorce and Separation
  • Spousal and Child Support
  • Agreements
  • Mediation and Dispute Resolution

Not all business relationships end amicably. Whether you have had your contractual rights breached or are confronted with someone who feels that you have breached theirs, you need professional help to maximize your business’s leverage. Our commercial litigation lawyers will provide valuable assistance to you in any business dispute. We are committed to helping you prevent or resolve conflicts in a timely and effective manner, while minimizing expenses and disruptions. Counsel at DuMoulin Boskovich are experienced at handling diverse demands in dispute resolution and providing representation in all facets of litigation before all levels of the Canadian judicial system.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Debtor and creditor
  • PPSA Enforcement
  • Strata Property
  • Builders Lien Claims

One of the most important relationships in business is the one you have with your own employees. The employment services team at DuMoulin Boskovich has the experience and depth of understanding to help guide you through every phase of the relationship you have with your non-unionized employees.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Wrongful Dismissal
  • Employment Contracts

DuMoulin Boskovich LLP has been practicing in the area of personal injury law for over 25 years. We can provide assistance both before and after any legal action has been commenced. Our cost effective team has successfully defended numerous personal injury claims on behalf of both insurers and the insured. Our large team of personal injury insurance lawyers has the breadth of experience and knowledge to attain the best outcome for our clients.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Buying or Selling a Business

A will is the most basic form of estate planning. A properly drawn will appoints a representative who will carry out your directions for the disposition of your estate after your death.

Some issues to consider before making a will include the following:

  • Provisions for beneficiaries
  • Choosing executors and trustees
  • Choosing guardians for minor children
  • Designating beneficiaries under RRSPs, TFSAs, and life insurance policies to minimize probate fees
  • Income tax considerations

However, wills take effect only upon the death of the will maker and thus the will maker has no way to oversee their administration or to correct misjudgments or unfairness. Wills are not immune to attack under various statutes. Furthermore, without proper planning, wills may not take advantage of tax laws.

Trusts

In addition to wills, various types of trusts can be used as a planning technique where a person has substantial wealth or there are many interested parties in the estate. Probate can be avoided if assets are transferred to a trust during a person’s lifetime but the tax implications of such transfers must first be considered.

Tax Planning

Tax planning devices can be used to minimize the impact of tax, both annual income tax and taxes triggered by the death of the client. Our aim in advising clients on wealth preservation is to provide the most effective corporate and financial structures for each client’s needs and objectives.

Incapacity Planning

Incapacity planning is important both in making decisions for end of life care and in ensuring your affairs are in order should an unexpected health issue arise. There are several types of legal documents which allow individuals to plan for the possibility of future incapability, including:

  • Enduring powers of attorney
  • Representation agreements
  • Advance directives
  • Nominations of committee

Each of these documents grants different types of decision making abilities to the appointed person. We can help you determine which documents would serve your needs best.

Committeeship

If someone becomes incapable without the proper documents in place it may be necessary to apply for the court to appoint a committee. Appointing a committee is a serious legal matter as it removes a person’s right to make his or her own decisions. Once a person is appointed as committee of the incapable person, he or she will be granted the ability to make decisions regarding the incapable adult’s person (health care, residence), the adult’s estate (financial decisions), or both, depending upon what is granted by the court. We know the complexities of the specific legal criteria that must be met in order to establish a committeeship.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Committeeship
  • Estate Planning
  • Estate Litigation

Our real estate practice includes all phases of the acquisition, development, financing, re-zoning, leasing and sale of real estate. Our experience in complex transactions includes representing lenders, borrowers, developers, equity investors and owners.

Read More →

Expertise:

  • Strata Property Development
  • Commercial Leasing

1800 – 1095 West Pender St
Vancouver BC, V6E 2M6
PO Box 52, Manulife Place

Phone:          604-669-5500
Fax:               604-688-8491
Toll Free:   1-800-288-9893

Email: info@dubo.com

Unit 1B – 38920 Queens Way
Squamish, BC V8B 0K8

Phone:          604-567-5550
Fax:                604-567-5567
Toll Free:   1-800-288-9893

Email: info@dubo.com

1800 – 1095 West Pender St
Vancouver BC, V6E 2M6
PO Box 52, Manulife Place

Phone:          604-669-5500
Fax:               604-688-8491
Toll Free:   1-800-288-9893

Email: info@dubo.com

Unit 1B – 38920 Queens Way
Squamish, BC V8B 0K8

Phone:          604-567-5550
Fax:                604-567-5567
Toll Free:   1-800-288-9893

Email: info@dubo.com

1800 – 1095 West Pender St
Vancouver BC, V6E 2M6
PO Box 52, Manulife Place

Phone:          604-669-5500
Fax:               604-688-8491
Toll Free:   1-800-288-9893

Email: info@dubo.com

Unit 1B – 38920 Queens Way
Squamish, BC V8B 0K8

Phone:          604-567-5550
Fax:                604-567-5567
Toll Free:   1-800-288-9893

Email: info@dubo.com