If you are thinking about getting separated or divorced in Alberta and you're not sure where to start, check out the list of links below.
The volume of information you find online can be overwhelming. Here is a list of websites that provide meaningful and accurate content to help you navigate the legal process of separation and divorce in Alberta.
The Provincial Court of Alberta oversees matters relating to criminal law, family law, youth law, civil law and traffic laws.
Alberta Government family court counselors to get help with preparing for court, accessing the court system and resolving your parenting dispute.
Law Society of Alberta - Online Legal Dictionary
Get familiar with your CRA assessed income, you need an accurate account of your income an expenses for calculations in your divorce settlement. Be aware of you line 120 income number, for most people this is the income that is used for calculating child support and spousal support.
This course is for parents or guardians who are separating or getting a divorce.
1. before you file a divorce application & if a judge directs you to take it
The Maintenance Enforcement Program (MEP) collects court-ordered child support, spousal and partner support, and enforces as needed.
Wondering how much child support you will pay/receive?
Enter your income, number of children and the province and this child support table look-up will help you find the base amount of child support.
The Recalculation Program (RP) is an administrative service that annually recalculates court-ordered child support based on current income tax information.
The Canadian Department of Justice has created easy-to-use tools to determine basic child support amounts. These tools are based on the official tables in the Federal Child Support Guidelines.
Your original marriage certificate is required for Alberta divorce proceedings, if you don't have it, you can get one from the link above.
The ADR Institute of Alberta (ADRIA) is the professional membership body for mediators, arbitrators, and other Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) practitioners in Alberta.
Family mediation is about helping families grappling with unresolved conflict find ways to a solution.
Alberta Family Mediation Society (AFMS) advocates resolution of family conflict through the use of mediation by qualified professionals.