Family Law Resources

Visit legalave.ca as a starting point for family law resources in Alberta. It brings together existing public legal information under a single virtual “roof” to help people in Alberta dealing with family law issues such as separation and divorce, child support, custody, guardianship, parenting time, partner/spousal support, property division, family violence, and more.

Check out three family law legal information videos below.

This is a presentation on Child Custody and Parenting. The information talks about laws applicable in the province of Alberta
The accompanying booklet can be downloaded in this link: http:
http://www.eclc.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2017/03/Child-Custody-and-Parenting-June-2014-min.pdf
For further information please visit your local legal clinics website:
Edmonton www.eclc.ca
Grande Prairie www.gplg.ca
Calgary- www.clg.ab.ca
Red Deer – www.communitylegalclinic.net
Medicine Hat www.mhlhc.ca/
Lethbridge  www.lethbridgelegalguidance.ca/

Videos on other topics can be viewed at:
– Child and Spousal Support and Matrimonial Property www.lethbridgelegalguidance.ca/family-law-information-resources-3/
– Rights as a Tenant – www.lethbridgelegalguidance.ca/landlord-tenant-law-2/
– Rights as an Employee –www.lethbridgelegalguidance.ca/employment-law-2/
– Wills and Estates –www.lethbridgelegalguidance.ca/wills-and-estates-information-resources/

This is a presentation on Child and Spousal Support. The information talks about laws applicable in the province of Alberta
The accompanying booklet can be downloaded in this link:http://www.eclc.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2017/03/Financial-Support-September-2014-min.pdf

This is a presentation on Property Division for both Married and Unmarried Couples. The information talks about laws applicable in the province of Alberta
The accompanying booklet can be downloaded in this link: http://www.eclc.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2017/03/Property-Division-October-2015-ver.pdf

The Canadian Bar Association – Health Check Resources

The following are Family Law Resources created by the Edmonton Community Legal Centre and the Centre for Public Legal Education for Alberta (CPLEA) who have given us permission to use and distribute.