Moreover, his work in international child abduction cases has made him Canada's resident expert on the matter. Amidst his busy schedule, Bill still found the time to contribute to several publications and countless organizations. Below is a list of entities that showcase Bill's unflinching support for British Columbia's legal community.
William R. (Bill) Storey was formerly one of the co-authors of Annotated Family Practice, a British Columbia Continuing Legal Education publication, and provides annual updates to case law and other developments regarding sections of the Family Law Act which deal with enforcement and variation of extra-provincial custody orders and international child abductions in the context of custody cases.
Bill was formerly one of the co-authors of British Columbia Family Practice Manual, a CLE publication, and provides annual updates regarding enforcement of custody orders and enforcement and variation of extra-provincial custody orders and international child abductions in the context of custody cases.
Bill was one of the co-authors of The Family Law Act Transition Guide, a CLE publication designed to help family law practitioners make the transition from the old Family Relations Act to the new Family Law Act.
William R. (Bill) Storey is a member of and supports the following groups:
For many of our clients, having businesses and other property in our parts of the world was a normal part of their lives. But when these individuals have a looming separation or divorce, it soon becomes clear that their separation or divorce will be quickly complicated by the possible division of these overseas businesses and properties. What can you do to get full disclosure or prevent dissipation of overseas assets? What can you do when you dispute BC's jurisdiction and want another jurisdiction to make a determination over your separation or divorce issues?
Even with the best planning, we cannot entirely avoid the challenges that are inherent to life. We can, however, make plans to weather those storms. Having a will and a representation agreement is a very practical way to “weather the storms” of life.
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed most people’s everyday lives in a matter of a couple of weeks. Effective March 19, 2020 and until further notice, the BC Supreme Court has suspended regular operations of all of its locations. However, the Court will continue to hear “essential and urgent matters”. What constitutes as an “essential and urgent” matter?