Case for Varying Child Support OrdersVarying a child support order is a common application after separation and divorce, often made to reduce the amount being paid.
The Facts Of Occupation RentDuring a divorce or separation, a list of the most significant financial assets will always include the family home.
Forced Sale of HomeWho gets the family home – typically one of the most contentious issues when property is being divided.
Attempting to Sever Corollary ReliefIn family law, the main relief being sought from the Court is a Divorce Judgement.
The Value of a Parenting Course After SeparationOne of the best resources to help navigate the difficult process of separation and divorce is a parenting course.
Documents to Provide Your Spouse After SeparationExchange of information – known as disclosure – is critical in any family law case.
ICBC Can Take Your Driver’s License if You Owe SupportChild support and spousal support, despite being ordered by The Court, are often not paid.
Avoiding Retroactive Child SupportThe obligation to pay child support after separation – mandated by both Federal and Provincial legislation – is something most separated or divorced parents are well aware...
Parenting CoordinationIn theory, when a parenting order or divorce / separation agreement is in place, you and your ex should be able to co-parent without dispute.
How to Handle High Conflict Co-ParentingFor all intents and purposes, having children with another person means a shared relationship for the rest of your life.
5 Tips to Prepare for your ConsultCongratulations! You recognized the importance of accurate, early, professional advice on your divorce, and you contacted us here at Coach My Case.
How to Prepare for your Family Law ConsultYour first meeting with a legal professional is vital, and we know that it can be a stressful first step in resolving your...
Provincial Court or the Supreme Court?Most people getting separated or divorced are dealing with family law issues for the first time.
Filing your Calgary Family Law ApplicationWhen going through a separation or divorce, mediation or some other dispute resolution process is advisable.
What to Do When SeparatingDeciding to separate from a spouse or partner is a difficult decision and one that should not be taken lightly.
A Few Thoughts on Contested PaternityIf you think the biological father reveals on Jerry Springer are emotionally charged, you ain’t seen nothing.
A Little Extra Support: Who Pays for the Dentist and Soccer?When parents separate, they quickly learn there are two types of child support in Canada’s Child Support Guidelines: Section 3 and...
Imputing Income for Child or Spousal SupportFor as long as there have been taxes, there have been those seeking to hide income.
How to Get Spousal SupportMovies and TV will tell you every break-up results in alimony.
What happens to the engagement ring in a break up? As is often the case in family law, the answer depends on the circumstances.
Forcing the Sale of the Family HomeYour ex stuck you with the bill for the family home and took off. You can’t afford to continue to pay the mortgage.
The Emergency Protection OrderAn Emergency Protection Order (EPO) is a particular form of restraint designed to deal with family violence incidents.
Which court should I choose in a family law case?In Canada, an application to the court in a family law proceeding can be made either in the Provincial Court or...
The Early Intervention Case ConferenceIn response to the increasing number of self-represented Alberta family law litigants, the shortage of judges in Alberta relative to the province’s population, and the ever...