Bill Murphy-Dyson is a senior subject editor for JP Boyd on Family Law, and is jointly responsible for the pages on Child Support. Bill is a partner at Cox Taylor in Victoria, and was called to the Bar in 1984 after serving as Law Clerk to Mr. Justice McIntyre of the Supreme Court of Canada. Bill is best known for his advocacy skills, predominantly in family law, estate litigation, and personal injury cases. Bill is also a mediator and a member of the civil and family rosters of Mediate BC. He is also a member of the Trial Lawyers’ Association of BC, the American Association of Justice, the International Courts of Justice, as well as the Canadian Bar Association and Victoria Bar Association. Bill is qualified as a Family Law Arbitrator under the Family Law Act of British Columbia, and is an active member of his local community, as Past Chair of the Oak Bay Tea Party Society, past Board Member of the Belfry Theatre Society and past member of the Campaign Cabinet for the United Way of Greater Victoria.
The highest level of court in Canada. This court hears appeals from the decisions of the Federal Court of Appeal and the provincial courts of appeal, including the Court of Appeal for British Columbia. There is no court to appeal to beyond this court. See "Court of Appeal" and "Supreme Court."
In law, all of the personal property and real property that a person owns or in which they have an interest, usually in connection with the prospect or event of the person's death.