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Family Responsibility Office (FRO)

What is the Family Responsibility Office (“FRO”)? FRO is a government agency which enforces child and spousal support Court Orders. Is it necessary to have a support Order enforced through FRO? If the support recipient agrees, then it is not necessary to have a support Order enforced through FRO and the support may be paid […]

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Child Custody Laws in Canada

Understandably, children are often the biggest concern for couples during a separation or divorce. This page will help to outline important topics regarding your children during this process. When dealing with Child Custody in Canada our courts focus on one thing: The best interest of the children. What is Child Custody? Child custody is the legal […]

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Child Access and Visitation in Canada

When one parent is awarded custody of the children the other parent is normally granted access, this is sometimes referred to as “visitation”. A parent with access is entitled to visit and be visited by their children, as well as be kept informed about all important issues concerning their children’s health, education and welfare. In […]

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Child Support in Canada

Once you have worked out the important details for living and care of your children, through custody and access arrangements, you will next need to determine child support. Despite being divorced, both parents always remain legally obligated to financially support their children. The main principle of Canada’s child support law is: “All children should continue to benefit from the financial means […]

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Child Support Payment Issues In Canada

In the event that a parent stops paying their child support, under no circumstances can they be prevented access to their children. Also, in the same regard, they cannot stop paying their support if a custodial parent denies them access to their children. Access and support are two completely separate issues. Child support is not […]

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