Alberta Divorce Lawyers, Professionals and Articles
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.
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If you are going through a divorce you need to determine if you can and should keep your matrimonial home. Read on to see what factors to take into account when deciding.
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