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Tags: court orders

Views: 822
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June 29, 2020

Description

The Office of the Sheriff - Civil Enforcement regulates the civil enforcement industry by responding to complaints and monitoring the activities of authorized civil enforcement agencies. This report provides a summary of various seizure activities undertaken by civil enforcement agencies by...


Views: 887
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June 29, 2020

Description

The Office of the Sheriff - Civil Enforcement regulates the civil enforcement industry by responding to complaints and monitoring the activities of authorized civil enforcement agencies. This report compiles and lists the activities undertaken by the civil enforcement agencies, by type of...


Views: 56
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July 1, 2017

Description

It is not possible for MEP to change the amount of support due and payable each month. If either the creditor or debtor wishes to change the amount of support paid, they will need to get a variation to the court order. This information sheet outlines the process for doing this.


Views: 275
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July 1, 2017

Description

The responsibility to pay child support may not end when a child becomes an adult. Maintenance may be payable for a child even after they become an adult, depending on their circumstances and on the wording of the court order for their support. The purpose of this information sheet is to explain...


Views: 63
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July 1, 2017

Description

It is the debtor’s responsibility to make payments on time according to the terms of the court order or support agreement. It is also the debtor’s responsibility to contact MEP to discuss any anticipated problems such as late payments. Changes of address, phone numbers or employment must be...


Views: 58
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March 1, 2016

Description

In Alberta, child access (or parenting time) and maintenance are separate matters. If a debtor is not receiving access to children, MEP still requires child support to be paid. This information sheet outlines the different resources a debtor may consult regarding access to children.