For step-parent adoptions, this process is governed by the Government of Alberta, and this process begins with bringing your family lawyer the correct...
Avoid delays in claiming child tax benefits and spousal support tax credits and deductions after recently separating or divorcing from your spouse. Understand which spouse can claim the Canada Child Benefit (CBB) and other childcare costs.
The lawyers at Family Central regularly meet with clients and appear in Red Deer, Provincial Court and Court of Queen’s Bench for cases regarding custody, access, parenting time, child support, spousal support and property division (common law and married parties).
Alberta has three major court levels, however the vast majority of individuals will end up dealing with either the Provincial Court of Alberta of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta. Proceeding in either court can have major impact upon a litigant.
Common law couples who have decided to end their relationship follow many of the same processes as with a divorce, but there are also significant differences that make consultation with an Alberta family lawyer particularly important.
Our firm believes in access to legal services for everyone, and serves the Calgary area, as well as regularly traveling for court appearances in Red Deer, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Medicine Hat, and Lethbridge.Schedule a free consultation