Divorce can be debilitating. It can take a toll on all family members, wreaking havoc with a couple's mental health and the mental health of their children. For parents in Canada to be able to put their children first and always think of what's best for them as per family law rules, they need access to services to take care of their own emotions and their kids' emotions during a marital split.
Entrepreneurs need to know a lot more about divorce than the average Joe or Jane. Some Alberta residents who have amassed a sizable amount of assets from a successful business and now find themselves embroiled in a high-asset divorce may want to keep a number of things in mind. Keeping a business safe from a potentially angry spouse means keeping a level head since a lot may be at stake financially.
There is no road map for marriage and so, there is no road map for divorce, either. But Alberta family law sets out the rules that govern the legal uncoupling of a marriage. It doesn't, however, stipulate how a couple should act toward each other during the divorce process. But there is one a separating couple can do to make a tenuous situation more tolerable and ultimately less painful: treat each other fairly.