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March 18, 2020
Jones Divorce Mediation COVID-19 Update

Remote Working and Communication with Clients With the evolving COVID-19 situation, Jones Divorce Mediation is committed to providing a safe environment for our clients and our employees. As such, we will continue to provide services to all clients, potential clients and communicate with our colleagues via email, telephone and Zoom. We are following all recommended […]

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March 13, 2020
Nesting: Keeping the Children Happy Post-Divorce

Nesting Is A Unique Home-Sharing Structure For many divorcing parents, keeping the children happy is the main priority. For some children, change may not be something they are particularly excited about and the marital residence may be the only home they have ever known. Some parents are now considering “Nesting” as a way of simplifying […]

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February 26, 2020
Financial Disclosure: Imputing Incomes and What This Means

Step One, Exchange Financial Disclosure The first major step in any separation is to produce and exchange financial disclosure. As mediators, we are unable to provide accurate assistance with respect to division of property without knowing certain information about each party. A standard notice to disclose requires parties to exchange income tax information, pay stubs, […]

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February 14, 2020
Child of the Marriage: Child Support for Children Over 18

What Constitutes a Child of The Marriage in Alberta? Clients going through a separation with children are typically aware that in certain circumstances child support can continue after a child turns 18. The most common scenario is when a child attends post-secondary education. In that scenario child support payments can continue until the child completes […]

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January 31, 2020
Section 7 Expenses - What Are They And Who Owes What?

Child Support - What Are Section 7 Expenses? Child support is money paid to help cover the expenses of raising children. There are two types of child support, base (Section 3) child support and extra expenses (Section 7). Section 7 support is sometimes referred to as extraordinary expenses. Extra expense child support or section 7 child […]

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January 17, 2020
New Year, New You - Resolutions for the Newly Divorced

Was Divorce On Your List of New Years Resolutions? The new year is a perfect time to reassess the previous year and set new goals. January aka "Divorce Month" is widely known in the family law community as being extremely busy with new cases. A divorce can be challenging but if you're diligent, you can turn this […]

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