Over Two Decades of Legal Practice Serving the Citizens of Medicine Hat and Area
On this page, multiple resources are listed to help you navigate through your legal matters. However if you still can’t find the answer that you are searching for, feel free to call us for further assistance.
PARENTING AFTER SEPARATION (PAS) COURSE
This course is for parents or guardians who are separating or getting a divorce. It is required before filing a divorce application, or if a judge orders you to take it. Otherwise, you can voluntarily take this course.
HIGH-CONFLICT PEOPLE (HCPS)
This website involves an overview of high conflict cases, where one or both parents are involved in a high conflict family law situation, and cannot or will not let go of their marital battle or relationships with the other parent. Frequent intervention by the court is necessary, because the family’s adjustment is constantly being disrupted. This provides some guidelines to help parties navigate through such difficult situations.
This site has valuable information on how to file your own provincial court or Queen’s Bench family law application on a multiple range of family law topics.
CHILD SUPPORT CALCULATOR
This website will provide guidance to people who want to know how much they should be paying for child support, based on their gross income and the number of children in their household.
This website provides a secure co-parenting assistant program, designed to minimize conflict between separated and divorced parents, sharing custody of their children.
MAINTENANCE ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM (MEP)
This website explains how the Maintenance Enforcement Program (MEP) of Alberta works in regards to the collection of court-ordered child support, spousal and partner support, and enforcement measures as needed.
This website explains what collaborative law is in the context of divorce. The better choice for many couples going through a separation is a collaborative divorce which means, you and your spouse reach a fair divorce settlement, based on your priorities and without the potentially huge expenses and stress associated with an order imposed by a court.