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Rule of 65

What is the ‘Rule of 65’?

Spousal support in Alberta can be a very complicated issue as there are multiple steps and considerations to determining appropriate support, one of which is the “Rule of 65”.  The Spousal Supp...

What is a Cohabitation Agreement?

A Cohabitation Agreement (also known as a Prenuptial Agreement) is a contract executed by unmarried couples, setting out each party’s respective rights and obligations in the event of a relations...

Parenting Coordination

What is Parenting Coordination?

Parenting coordination is a process which assists divorced or separated parents to co-parent on an ongoing basis, regardless of whether they have primary or shared parenting.  Parenting coordinatio...

Parenting in a Pandemic

Parenting in a time of Pandemic

Along with the COVID-19 Pandemic have come court applications by parents seeking to change their parenting plans because of disagreements as to the other parent’s perceived lack of compliance wit...

High Conflict

High Conflict Divorce & Family Law

The legal and judicial systems in Alberta have admirably evolved in encouraging  parties to choose Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) forums such as Mediation, Arbitration, Collaborative Law and ...

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