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.
Tags: child maintenance, Child Support, Child Support Guidelines, Federal Child Support Guidelines, Guidelines, Hardship, Undue Hardship.
If you think there will be arguments over summer parenting time, the time to get a lawyer to help you resolve your vacation schedules is now.
Summer Holidays Parenting Time
As the school year winds down and the weather heats [...read full post]
Categorized: Custody and Access, Parenting Time.
What is a Spousal Waiver (Form 2)?
A Form 2, once signed and filed with the pension provider, authorizes the pension provider to stop payments to a plan member’s spouse after a plan member dies. The Pension Benefits Standards Act [...read full post]
Categorized: Pensions, Property Division.
Judicial Case Conferences (JCCs) are a key part of the litigation process in family law Supreme Court proceedings in British Columbia.
What is a JCC?
A JCC is an informal meeting between you, your Ex, and your respective lawyers (if [...read full post]
Categorized: British Columbia, Family Law, Procedure.
This will be the first of a number of articles briefly covering different aspects of separation and divorce law in Alberta. They are intended to provide a general guideline to help you orient yourself. However, there is no “one-size fits [...read full post]
Categorized: Custody and Access, Parenting, Parenting Time.