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  • Maintenance Enforcement Program in Calgary

    Sometimes, despite a court order being issued, stipulating child, spousal or partner support to be paid by one ex-partner to another, payments are not made. For the recipient or the payor, financial hardship may result from the situation. The Alberta family law system treats this seriously, especial … Read more »

  • What Will Happen If You Die Without a Will in Alberta?

    Most people understand the need for a will to protect loved ones after they die – but surprisingly few Albertans write a will until they enter their later years. A 2018 Angus-Reid poll found that only 35 percent of Canadians have an up-to-date will and only 51 percent have a will at all. Consequentl … Read more »

  • How to Get Full Custody of Your Child in Alberta

    In divorces where there are children to consider, custody is nearly always the overriding issue. Every parent wants what’s best for their children, but that is very subjective, and it can be difficult for two separating parents to agree on. When one parent wants “full” or “sole” custody of a child i … Read more »

  • How to Contest a Will in Alberta

    How to Contest a Will in Alberta When people write wills, few imagine that problems will arise when it’s time to administer them. Yet disputes are extremely common and these happen for many reasons: from claims of mental incapacity to poorly executed wills. A basic will may be relatively simple to w … Read more »

  • How to Succeed with Your Alberta Divorce Mediation

    Have you got high hopes that your upcoming divorce mediation will result in an acceptable agreement with your ex? Nobody enjoys the process of divorce and it can quickly become a bitter battle as emotions take over. Separation is a lot more palatable if you can keep things amicable and stay out of t … Read more »