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Child Support Guidelines Service (Print + ProView)
By: Terry W. Hainsworth, B.A., LL.B.
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Authored by a leading expert in family law, this work provides a full analysis of the Federal Child Support Guidelines, giving you a clear understanding of the financial obligations of divorcing parents to their children. Commentary and analysis, including reference to reported and unreported cases, are arranged topically, and the full text of the Federal Child Support Guidelines (excluding tables) is a separate appendix for easy reference. Topics covered include:
  • When to income average
  • When income will be imputed
  • Child support in special situations including shared custody "adult" children
  • Undue hardship
  • How to calculate income
  • Variation of support orders
  • Effect of prior agreements
  • Disclosure obligationsÂ… and more!

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About the Author

Terry W. Hainsworth, B.A., LL.B. is an established lawyer and partner with Harrison Pensa LLP, in London, Ontario. In practice for over 35 years, he deals with the economic issues in family law, including complex community of property claims, spousal support and child support. A former adjunct professor of law, Faculty of Law University of Western Ontario, Mr. Hainsworth has been called upon to be a guest lecturer at continuing education programs presented by the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, The Advocates' Society, the Federation of The Law Societies of Canada and the Middlesex Family Lawyers Association.