We will explain your options, provide fresh and new possibilities, and help you to carefully weigh the benefits and limitations of each approach. Explain in plain language as we guide you through the Alberta Law Courts separation process and requirement for time-sensitive decisions and actions. By helping you understand the nuances of different options and actions you are able to make the most informed decisions and take actions that result in the most constructive outcomes.
Essential check list
- Parenting and Custody access can be the most stressful part of the creating a divorce agreement, our collaborative approach helps parents agree to the type of custody that will be in the “best interests” of the child.
- Child support is money that a parent pays to help support his or her child(ren) financially after a separation or divorce.
- Spousal Support is money paid by one spouse to the other after they separate or divorce. Many factors may affect whether a married or common-law spouse is entitled to spousal support and how much support they should receive.
- Guardianship text
- Divorce Separation agreement describes all of the points of concern and items you have agreed to in splitting up your responsibilities and assets that a judge will uphold.
- Use the Child Support Calculator to see your base amount of child support