Family Law Legislation and Resources
The Family Law Act covers establishing parentage, guardianship of children, contact between a non-parent or non-guardian and a child, and child and spousal/adult interdependent partner support obligations for former spouses/parents who were never married or are not seeking a divorce. The Adult Interdependent Relationships Act defines when a
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Templates and Forms
(1 days ago) Divorce Forms and Instructions. Request for Certificate of Divorce. Divorce under the Civil Marriage Act. Practice Notes. Archive. Early Intervention Case Conferences. Family Docket Court. Family Law Dispute Resolution Services. Adjournment Request - Family Docket Court.
Service of Documents
(1 days ago) Suing an insurance company is a complex area of law. It is recommended that you get legal advice. For more resources you may want to refer to Links, Videos and Legal Resources. You cannot search for the proper legal name of an insurance company at an Alberta Registry Agent office.
Wills, Estates & Trusteeships
(7 days ago) Wills, Estates & Trusteeships. Wills and estates law deals with the transition of wealth from one generation to another, the duties of the person chosen to administer a deceased person's estate and the rights of persons intended to receive the assets of that estate.
Civil Microsoft Word Forms for Lawyers
(3 days ago) Civil Microsoft Word Forms for Lawyers. The Legal Education Society of Alberta (LESA) has created some of the following regulated forms for the convenience of lawyers who may wish to have editable versions of the court forms prescribed by the new Alberta Rules of Court.
History and Further Information
(Just Now) History and Further Information. The Alberta Rules of Court (AR 124/2010) came into force on November 1, 2010. The goal of the multi-year Rules Project, led by the Alberta Law Reform Institute, was to maximize the Rules' clarity, usability and effectiveness and to contribute to a fair, accessible, timely and cost effective civil justice system.
Rules of Court Committee
(2 days ago) Rules of Court Committee. The Rules of Court Committee is established under section 28.2 of the Judicature Act to make recommendations to the Minister of Justice regarding amendments to the Alberta Rules of Court made under the Judicature Act, or any other act.. The Rules of Court Committee consists of six members: the Chief Justice of the Court of Appeal of Alberta (or designate), the Chief
Criminal Case Management
(1 days ago) CRIMINAL CASE MANAGEMENT. Section 551.1 (1) of the Criminal Code allows the Chief Justice or the Chief Justice's designate judge to appoint a Case Management Judge if they are of the opinion that it is necessary for the proper administration of justice. The Chief Justice or the Chief Justice's designate judge may order a conference between the