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November 2014 Archives

Child care agreements and holiday plans: Tips for Calgary parents

Whether your relationship with your former spouse is amicable or strained, co-parenting during the holidays can be a challenge, especially if these are the first holidays with a new parenting plan. With that in mind, let's discuss how Calgary parents can avoid disputes and help their children make warm and lasting memories.

Push for unified family court ramps up in Alberta

Alberta remains one of only four Canadian jurisdictions where family law matters are divided between the lower and superior courts, while the other nine jurisdictions have some kind of unified family court.

How is entitlement to spousal support determined in Alberta?

Alberta's Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines offer formulas for deciding the amount and duration of support to be paid. However, use of the guidelines can lead to a variety of potential payment amounts, and the determination of spousal support can be very complicated.

How does Alberta collaborative law work?

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is an increasingly popular way for separating spouses and partners to resolve their family law disputes in a non-adversarial setting. We recently discussed three effective ADR processes -- collaborative law, mediation and arbitration. Today let's focus specifically on collaborative law.

Using an exclusive possession order to stay in the matrimonial home

The matrimonial home is the most valuable asset in many divorces, and sometimes spouses disagree about who should leave the home during separation. Leaving the home does not necessarily mean that the spouse or partner who stays will keep the asset forever, but in many cases, staying in the home can be advantageous while matters of divorce are settled.

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