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October 2018 Archives

Family law: The down side of do-it-yourself separation agreements

Separation agreements may make sense for a couple splitting up but not divorcing. However, under family law in Canada, these agreements aren't valid unless there are certain things in place. Merely writing one up, signing it and having it witnessed doesn't mean it would eventually hold up in court. Each partner needs to have independent legal counsel when it comes to a separation agreement.

Family law: Divorce may lead to bankruptcy

A marriage breakdown has the potential of causing financial havoc for both spouses. Family law rules in Canada spell out the processes by which issues relating to divorce are handled, but don't talk about the financial pressures that divorce can create. Problems can be so severe, that a divorce can result in the bankruptcy of one or both partners.

Family law dispute: The tragedy of parental alienation

When a parent turns a child against the other parent, there is no winning outcome. When a family law dispute in Alberta involves parental alienation, there are likely to be boundless hurt feelings and the alienated parent and his or her children are the ones who suffer most. Some psychologists have gone as far as to say that when a parent alienates a child from the other parent, it can be construed as maltreating the child. Some children are the ones who alienate a parent, thinking that doing so may please the other parent.

Following family law orders when parents are in different locales

Divorce is divisive even in the best of circumstances. But when parents live in different places, it can be even harder to enforce any court orders. That's why under family law rules in Alberta, the province has interjurisdictional agreements with other provinces, territories and countries that recognize, uphold and possibly change court orders pertaining to family law rules.

Family law solutions for problems that seem overwhelming

Divorce can leave individuals seething. It can wreak havoc on family life and can create untold problems. But there may be family law solutions available for families in Canada for issues that may seem insurmountable. There may be times when individuals think about doing things they should really not do, such as try to seek revenge on anyone who they think may have had something to do with the demise of their marriage. 

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