REFORM OF THE LAW OF CHILD SUPPORT: BY JUDICIAL DECISION OR BY LEGISLATION? (PT. 1)
AbstractThis is a two-part article. Part one analyses the recent Supreme Court of Canada decision in Willick and the Provincial Appeal Court decisions in Lévesque and Edwards on the issue of assessing child support. Part two examines the British Child Support Acts 1991-5, which introduced an administrative formula driven method of assessing child support, and the Canadian Federal/Provincial Family Law Committees Report Recommendations on Child Support. The merits and problems associated with administrative and judicial methods of assessing child support are examined and contrasted.
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