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June 2019 Archives

Stress, mental health issues can accompany a family law dispute

Many people are aware of the property-related impact a divorce can have. But what effect does this financial and personal stress have on other aspects of a person's health and well-being? Many people in Alberta are impacted by a family law dispute, and it is important to understand how this may affect the mental health of those involved.

Navigating divorce, taxes and complex asset division

Dividing assets during a divorce can be particularly difficult when a couple owns a lot of land, or if they have a shared business. For Alberta farming families, both are often in the mix, making for complex asset division. When splitting family assets, one common question among both rural and urban families is which avenue or steps can be taken to minimize taxes, such as capital gains when transferring property ownership.

How does a job loss affect spousal support negotiations?

Divorce settlements are almost always based on certain assumptions, including an assumption about the projected future earnings of each spouse. This information is often considered when calculating spousal support in Alberta. But what happens when a job loss takes place during a divorce? There are a few things divorcees should know about this challenging scenario.

Finding family law solutions amidst domestic violence issues

Domestic violence is a topic that is getting increasing coverage in recent years, and a high-profile domestic violence incident in Calgary has reignited the conversation in Alberta. People seem to have many questions about how to manage such situations. What should be done if experiencing domestic violence? Is there a good way to help a loved one, and what family law solutions exist to protect people trying to leave an abusive household? Experts in the province are weighing in on these questions to keep people safe.

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