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 ...the potential for transforming public libraries, especially in rural areas, is enormous. This is a [network] that brings people together, strengthens our communities and creates another service niche for public libraries in Alberta.

— Michelle Toombs, Director Marigold Library System

Law At Lunch – Separation and Divorce

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm
In the course of exploring what can happen legally when a couple decides to separate or divorce, the speaker will discuss issues like:
·         The process – what is the court process? – are there other ways, like mediation or collaborative law, to try and how do they work?
·         Child maintenance, custody (parenting) and access (contact) – how the children will be looked after
·         Spousal maintenance – the extent to which one separating or divorcing spouse will have to support the other
·         Matrimonial property – how the property will be divided.
Lethbridge College’s Public Legal Education Program helps educate the public about law and the legal system by providing general education and information. (The program does not provide legal advice). The program is funded by a grant from the Alberta Law Foundation.
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