Child protection includes all of the child’s needs and circumstances; this includes physical, psychological, and emotional safety. Consideration is given to the history of care for the child including culture, language, and religious or spiritual circumstances. Child protection disputes will often require legal services.Read More
Both parties have a joint financial obligation to maintain a child of marriage. There are federal and provincial guidelines which set recommended amounts based on income levels. In addition to maintaining the care of a child amounts may be awarded by the courts for expenses such as child care, health benefits, and education.Read More
For Grandparents and Elders
Age related matters such as mental capacity or illness can be factors but not always. Elderly clients are given special consideration when needed.
Q.E.D. Law respects the wisdom and experiences of our seniors and our legal team has experience working with individuals who need special attention to make the right decisions regarding their legal situation.
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Q.E.D. Law – For Alberta Families