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]
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]
Guest Post – Gareth Slocombe, CIRP, CPA-CA, Trustee
With household debt said to be at record levels in Canada, financial stress frequently accompanies separation and divorce. In the interest of providing you with some timely information on debt and options [...read full post]
Sometimes when parties separate, it is amicable, and both parties are civil and even friendly with each other allowing for seamless decision-making. Other times, after a separation, the last thing that either party wants to do is see the other [...read full post]
If you are caring for a child who is not your natural child, say your grandchild, niece or nephew, or partner’s child, you may be interested to know about guardianship. While guardianship may appear to have little to do with [...read full post]