Family Law in BC for Settlement Workers. Chapter 4: Spousal Support (Apr 2019)

[11:31] Lawyer Hannah DeJong explains the objectives of spousal support and more in BC Family Law. For community workers, settlement workers, and others who assist families with legal issues like separation and divorce. Part 4 of 7.

Topics include:

  • Spousal support objectives;
  • Entitlement to spousal support;
  • Determining amount and duration of spousal support

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Credits: Presentation by Hannah M. DeJong, Boughton Law. Filmed by Focus Audio Visual Ltd. for Legal Aid BC. Edited by Paul Donovan, Focus Audio Visual Services Ltd., and Karen Dhanda, Legal Aid BC. Production and publication coordinated by Kate Murray, Ella Droko, Baljinder Gill, Brian Goncalves, and Bridget Greenwood, Legal Aid BC.

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