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If child custody or access is an issue, the court may order a , Parenting Arrangement Assessment, to assist in determining the best parenting arrangement for the child or children. From this assessment, a family court clinician, a social worker, determines the child’s needs, views and...
The Maintenance Enforcement Program manages any child and spousal support payments contained in a court order or separation agreement and registered with the PEI program., A person making payments is called the payor; the person receiving payments is the payee., Under the, Maintenance Enforcement...
Parents trying to settle issues regarding child custody and access and child support may benefit from mediation services offered through the Family Court Counsellor's Office. The mediator is a neutral third party to who can help parents work out their own solutions to their problems in the...
If you want to apply for child or spousal support or to change (vary) an existing support order and the other party lives in a jurisdiction listed below, you can follow the process under the , Interjurisdictional Support Orders (ISO) Act., The Act streamlines the process by reducing two court...
Both parents may not agree to change or vary an existing child support order or agreement. It is the responsibility of the party (parent) who wants the change to apply to the court for a variation of child support. An application to vary a child support order may ask the court to either...
Anyone with a court order or agreement requiring child support (maintenance) payments has a legal obligation to pay on time and in full. Under PEI law, maintenance payments take priority over any other debt payment including a credit card, mortgage or car loan. Maintenance orders and agreements...
A child support order or agreement may specify when child support will end. It may end when the child reaches the age of majority or for as long as a child is a full-time student. Payments may be required to continue for longer, depending on the child’s living situation and circumstances., What...
Every province is required to have a Criminal Code Review Board to make or review dispositions concerning any accused person who receives a court verdict of not criminally responsible by reason of mental disorder or is deemed unfit to stand trial., Who serves on the board?, The Criminal Code Review...