Alberta Divorce Lawyers,
It's important to understand how the laws regarding child support, child custody, and spousal…
Non-married or common law couples face many of the same issues as married couples when their…
There are three statutes that govern divorce in Alberta: the Federal Divorce Act, the Alberta Family Law Act, and the Alberta Matrimonial Property Act. A federal law made by the Parliament of Canada, the Divorce Act is administered equally across all provinces and territories. This Act covers divorce, spousal support, and child custody and support, and it also sets forth the Federal Child Support Guidelines for all provinces. The Divorce Act stipulates the sole ground for divorce as marital breakdown, and provides for three basic ways for proving it.
My husband and I are going through a divorce and he has threatened to take the kids away for good. What should I do?
My friend went through mediation to resolve all of her divorce issues. I am thinking about this option. What should I consider when choosing a divorce mediator?
"My spouse told me we should use the collaborative process for our divorce. What is collaborative…
It may sound trite but it has taken me years to realize that you cannot change another person and,…
This is an excellent question in a world where a lot of practitioners have general practice. The…
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