Many people think that they need to make an application to the Court or have some sort of document formalized in order for their separation to be recognized. Many are surprised to learn that the act of separating does not require a formal process.
The family lawyers from Crossroads Law located in Vancouver BC and Calgary AB have a client centred approach to help you successfully navigate the family law system. Our experienced family and divorce lawyers author these blogs to provide you insight and to help you through this challenging time.
Many people assume that child support ends when a child reaches the age of majority. This is not always the case. The lawyers at Crossroads Law regularly work on child support cases in both British Columbia and Alberta involving children both under and over the age of majority. The age of majority in BC is 19 and in Alberta it is 18.
Sometimes neither spouse can keep the family home because they cannot qualify for the mortgage on their own and they may not be able to find a cosigner. Also, one spouse may need to pay the other out if they keep the home because keeping the family home means that they will have more of the total family assets and property. When spouses separate, all assets and debts needs to be identified and valued to determine who will get what.
The Calgary and Vancouver family lawyers at Crossroads Law pride themselves on being up to date on all the latest developments in the law in both Alberta and British Columbia respectively. We offer a wide variety of legal services in every area of family and divorce law matters. For more information on family law and if you are interested in a consultation to learn more click here.