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Determining Child Support Under the Updated Federal Child Support Guidelines: Am I Paying too Much or Receiving too Little?
By Kathleen Wells, Wells Family Law Recent Tax Changes Effect Child Support Times change, and legislation must change alongside. The Federal Child Support Guidelines [i] are no exception to this rule; in November of 2017, the Government of Canada updated the child...read more
By Kathleen Wells, Wells Family Law Calculating the amount of child support that a paying parent owes can be complicated. In Canada, the amount of child support that is payable is based on the Federal Child Support Guidelines [i]. The Guidelines attempt to serve...read more
By: Kathleen Wells, Wells Family Law When spouses are getting a divorce, dividing up their property can be stressful and confusing. It’s a common misconception that all of the couple’s property, no matter what that property is or where it came from, must be divided...read more
by: Dr. Wendy Froberg, Psy.D, R.Psych Why do children play? Play is a central activity of childhood. Children do not need to be taught nor forced to play. In play, children discharge energy, prepare for life's tasks and duties, achieve goals and relieve frustrations....read more
Holidays are often difficult for anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one, as well as for other types of loss: someone going through a divorce or separation, facing a terminal illness, or a recent job loss. Rather than being a time of togetherness and...read more