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Enhanced Affidavit of Records

Revised version of Form 26. Cleaner formatting, particularized to the family law context, and some suggested language.

Want your assistant to learn how to complete this? Have them attend LESA's Effective Legal Support: Matrimonial Property Seminar in Edmonton on March 5, 2019, and in Calgary on March 12, 2019. Out of respect for LESA, I don't publish my slides or presentations on FamilyCounsel.ca, or otherwise distribute them.

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Feb 5thKen Proudman of Miller Boileau Family Law Group (Alberta)0 Comments

REVISED Sworn Statement of Income, Assets, and Liabilities

Easier-to-use version of the Court's Schedule "A" to the NTD form. With multiple rows, hints, suggested language, and page numbers.

Want your assistant to learn how to complete this? Have them attend LESA's Effective Legal Support: Matrimonial Property Seminar in Edmonton on March 5, 2019, and in Calgary on March 12, 2019. Out of respect for LESA, I don't publish my slides or presentations on FamilyCounsel.ca, or otherwise distribute them.

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REVISED Disclosure Statement

Editable and easier-to-use, with several new default/suggested paragraphs, including several pertaining to the labeling of business-income disclosure.

Want your assistant to learn how to complete this? Have them attend LESA's Effective Legal Support: Matrimonial Property Seminar in Edmonton on March 5, 2019, and in Calgary on March 12, 2019. Out of respect for LESA, I don't publish my slides or presentations on FamilyCounsel.ca, or otherwise distribute them.

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Feb 5thKen Proudman of Miller Boileau Family Law Group (Alberta)0 Comments

REVISED Business Expense Statement (for Sweezey and Cunningham compliance)

Significantly revised to provide one page of instructions, only 3 pages of useful examples based on actual court decisions which have been rendered since Cunningham/Sweezey, and more room for clients/bookkeepers to fill in the form if they're doing so by hand. The instructions/example and blank form are all now in one document, so that neither part is accidentally forgotten.

Based on paragraph 48 of Sweezey v Sweezey, 2016 ABQB 131. Although Cunningham v Seveny, 2017 ABCA 4 thereafter changed the law, several decisions have now adopted the Sweezey framework.

It's preferable ... [Read More]

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Jan 14thKen Proudman of Miller Boileau Family Law Group (Alberta)0 Comments

Fiat form (for the new 2018 PN2)

At the March 13, 2018 Court of Queen's Bench Townhall meeting in relation to the new Family Law Practice Note 2 (discussed here), the Honourable Madam Justice Yungwirth mentioned that the Court would need to develop a new fiat form. I've obtained a copy of this form, which can be downloaded below. It appears to relate to fiats where Special Chambers is sought to be adjourned, where a filing deadline is sought to be extended, or where oral evidence is sought. I assume that counsel will be directed to complete the form ... [Read More]

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Apr 11, 2018Ken Proudman of Miller Boileau Family Law Group (Alberta)0 Comments

Statement of Claim for Divorce (and Division of Matrimonial Property) Template (enhanced)

The existing order, but with additions such as "further exemptions", unjust enrichment language, and equal division subject to factors in MPA.

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Apr 20, 2017Ken Proudman of Miller Boileau Family Law Group (Alberta)0 Comments

Disclosure Statement (enhanced)

The Court of Queen's Bench's Disclosure Statements, in Word format.

As I found those statements difficult to complete and that they didn't make sense at some points, I've revised some of the language.

The enhancements aren't judicially sanctioned, but I haven't had any issues using this form yet.

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Apr 20, 2017Ken Proudman of Miller Boileau Family Law Group (Alberta)1 Comment

Kitchen Sink Notice of Application

An example of a Notice of Application which was originally rejected by the Clerks, then following consultation with a Court Clerk, was permitted after being revised to clarify that certain items were agreed-upon, others would not be sought in morning/afternoon Chambers, and others were merely procedural.

This precedent was first presented at LESA's Family Law: Chambers Advocacy and Practice Pointers seminar on April 21, 2017.

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Apr 17, 2017Ken Proudman of Miller Boileau Family Law Group (Alberta)1 Comment

Notice of Application precedent (comprehensive)

A sample of the language to seek various orders.

Trim down irrelevant portions, expand on Grounds for Making Application.

Note that your filing may be rejected where too much relief is sought. See the Kitchen Sink Notice of Application precedent.

This precedent was first presented at LESA's Family Law: Chambers Advocacy and Practice Pointers seminar on April 21, 2017.

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Apr 17, 2017Ken Proudman of Miller Boileau Family Law Group (Alberta)0 Comments

Notice to Admit Facts [Written Opinions]

A precedent of a Notice to Admit Facts [Written Opinions].

This precedent was first presented at LESA's Family Law: Chambers Advocacy and Practice Pointers seminar on April 21, 2017.

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Apr 17, 2017Ken Proudman of Miller Boileau Family Law Group (Alberta)0 Comments

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