The Road to Successful Spousal Support Negotiations
201807.27
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The Road to Successful Spousal Support Negotiations

The Road to Successful Spousal Support Negotiations Most lawyers would agree that spousal support is the most contentious issue in divorce negotiations. The Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines (SSAG) developed in 2005, have gone a long way toward paving the road to more consistent and predictable support awards. Though I am not lawyer and cannot quote…

Is There a Secret to Living on Your Own After Divorce?
201804.26
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Is There a Secret to Living on Your Own After Divorce?

Is There a Secret to Living on Your Own After Divorce? After dealing with the settlement and the separation agreement, many people’s biggest fear is living alone after divorce. Many people jump right into new relationships without working on gaining their independence back. Depending on the circumstances of the separation or how long your relationship…

Don’t Go Solo!
201803.09
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Don’t Go Solo!

Don’t Go Solo! Many people ask me this question: Can I bring a relative or friend along with me when I meet my lawyer? ABSOLUTELY! (Obviously you should first check with your lawyer but there shouldn’t ever be an issue). In fact, you shouldn’t go meet with your lawyer without bringing someone along. Divorce is…

New Service Offering for Family Lawyers
201711.21
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New Service Offering for Family Lawyers

Can We Send You More Referrals? New Service Offering for Family Lawyers Alberta Divorce Finances has enjoyed strong and mutually beneficial relationships with the Calgary Family Law community, Financial Advisors, Mortgage Brokers, Real Estate Agents, Psychologists, Social Workers and so many more. We appreciate that you have trusted us with your clients at the most…

Basic Composition of Canadian Household is Changing
201708.05
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Basic Composition of Canadian Household is Changing

Basic Composition of Canadian Household is Changing: Single Parent Homes on the Rise Global News recently reported that Statistics Canada just released its data from last year’s Census survey (98% of households completed the survey). “Canada is home to more single-person households, more single dads and more same-sex parents than ever before, new census data reveals.”…