Category: Child Custody

How to Get Full Custody of Your Child

By on November 23, 2022 | Child Custody, Family Law

Most parents want what’s best for their children but during separations and divorces, this can become clouded by other matters. The courts in Alberta will always pursue what’s in the best interests of the child in matters concerning children. Gaining full custody of a child is only possible, therefore, if you can show that the…   Continue Reading »

Steps in the Alberta Child Custody Mediation Process

By on October 12, 2022 | Child Custody, Family Law

When parents separate or divorce, child custody is usually at the top of the list of issues to resolve — and the most contentious. Few parents are prepared to cede custody and so parents must work together for the best interests of the children. This means a fair custody and visitation schedule where the children…   Continue Reading »

How Long Must a Parent Be Absent to Lose Rights in Alberta?

By on March 7, 2022 | Child Custody, Divorce, Family Law, Parental Rights

Parental rights are some of the most basic rights we have as human beings. The right to raise your child, spend time together and make decisions about upbringing are held dear to most parents in Alberta. Along with these rights comes a range of responsibilities for looking after a child’s wellbeing and acting in their…   Continue Reading »

Grandparents Rights and Child Custody in Alberta

By on February 10, 2022 | Child Custody, Family Law

Divorces can be tough not only on children and parents but on grandparents too. When a couple separates, one parent may see more of the children than the other parent and it can also impact the amount of time that grandparents get to spend with their grandchildren. While most of the custody laws focus on…   Continue Reading »

Termination of Parental Rights in Alberta: What You Need to Know

By on January 20, 2022 | Child Custody, Child Support, Family Law, Parental Rights

Every parent has both obligations and rights concerning their children. For instance, they must care for their children’s needs, such as providing food, housing, clothing, education, medical care, and so on. They also have a right to maintain frequent contact with their children. These rights and obligations continue even after a marriage dissolves but are…   Continue Reading »



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