Resources to assist.
For low income families experiencing family conflict who require mediation or court intervention.
A free 6-hour workshop offered jointly by Alberta Justice and the Court of Queen's Bench designed to help parents understand how separation or divorce affects them and their children. The seminar offers suggestions about how to make positive parenting choices while living apart. 403.818.9942
Focus on Communication in Separation (FOCIS) is a six hour, skill-based course teaching parents how to communicate effectively while living apart. FOCIS aims to enhance the communication skills of parents, reduce parental conflict and improve long term outcomes for children. 403.818.9942
Alberta Family Mediation Society (AFMS) advocates resolution of family conflict through the use of mediation by qualified professionals.
Not everyone who makes less money than their spouse is entitled to spousal support. It is still a grey area in the courts and there are many factors to consider in determining who is entitled, to how much, and for how long.
This act pertains to your legal rights regarding the division of your assets and liabilities. It is one of two acts that governs divorce.
High Conflict Institute was founded to provide education and resources to professionals handling High Conflict disputes, and to anyone involved in relationships of any kind with people who have High Conflict Personalities (HCPs).