A Child Travel Consent is a letter of parental permission for a minor child to travel with one parent, a group, another person, or alone.
Parents of minors who will be traveling alone, on a trip with a guardian who is not a parent (grandparent, family friend, aunt or uncle, teacher), or with one parent, should use a travel consent letter to eliminate any hassles with traveling and to provide official documentation should the airline or immigration officials ask for proof of permission.
A Cohabitation Agreement is a contract made between an unmarried couple (cohabitants) that want to live together, but want to protect their individual interests, as well as determine what rights and responsibilities each person has should the relationship end in the future.
A Cohabitation Agreement provides security for both partners by addressing how assets, property, and responsibilities regarding children and support payments will be dealt with should the relationship between the cohabitants end, either by separation or death of a partner.
A Prenuptial Agreement is a contract used by two people who are about to marry and wish to sort out current and future financial and property matters prior to marriage. A Prenuptial Agreement is not only reserved for couples with significant assets, but for any couple who is looking to protect their personal property. Both partners are able to list their individual assets and debts before marriage in order to keep their personal property and debts from becoming shared.
A Postnuptial Agreement is a contract used by a married couple to sort out current and future financial and property matters in the event of a separation or divorce. Within a postnup, you can also outline inheritance in case of a spouse's death. Thinking about inheritance is most important for couples with children from past marriages. Postnuptial Agreements protect both spouses’ interests and encourage honest communication.
A Separation Agreement is used by two spouses to establish terms for living apart. It includes how they intend to separate assets and debts, and allows them to address child custody and spousal/child support, prior to a divorce judgement.
An Uncontested divorce is one where the issues of custody, access and support have been settled between the parties. This is an amicable divorce, where neither party objects to the divorce. The parties will have come to an agreement in relation to any custody issues, access and support rather than asking the court to decide for them.
A Joint Divorce in Alberta can only occur under the grounds of having lived separate and apart for one year prior to the Divorce Judgment being executed by a Justice.
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