Reducing Your Child Support Obligations Upon Loss of Employment in Alberta
Jobs can be difficult to maintain in this fickle economic climate in Alberta. If you have been laid off or fired and have ongoing child support obligations, then it [...read full post]
Categorized: Alberta, Child Support, Custody and Access, Divorce, Edmonton, Family Law, Income, Spousal Support.
Tags: Alberta, Child Support, Divorce, Edmonton, Income, Spousal Support.
We are pleased to announce the newest addition to our team of Edmonton family lawyers, Mike Proskiw.
Mike has focused exclusively on family law since articling with an established general practice firm in Edmonton. He understands that in family law [...read full post]
Child Support is not optional
Most separating or separated parents are aware that child support is mandatory. Unfortunately, fewer parents are aware of how the court can and should reach a decision regarding how much child support they should pay. [...read full post]
Categorized: Alberta, British Columbia, Child Support, Commentary, Legislation Analysis.
In Part 1 of “Ten Documents You Should Keep Close If You’re Getting A Divorce”, we discussed the importance of documents in divorce proceedings including: financial account statements, property documents, marriage documents, corporate records and agreements, contracts and court [...read full post]
Categorized: Alberta, British Columbia, Divorce.
What happens when a divorced parent wants to move with their child?
This is one of the hardest questions in family law. As with all court decisions about parenting, judges are supposed to make an order that reflects the best [...read full post]
Categorized: Alberta, British Columbia, Case Analysis, Mobility.