Seminar on Demand – From Kerr to Eternity: An Overview of the New Family Property Act in Alberta
This presentation explores how the new Family Property Act (FPA) legislation, which takes effect January 1, 2020, brings unmarried couples living together under the same property sharing scheme as married couples.
Topics discuss adult interdependent partners, relationships of interdependence, domestic and economic units, and joint family ventures; issues related to transition times, declarations of irreconcilability, separation dates, and property sharing; and how the FPA extends requirements to cover certain family law agreements, like cohabitation and separation agreements. The materials also provide an overview of how FPA changes will impact other statutes.
Presenters: Michelle J. Bailey and Scott Menzies
Running Time: 2 hours, 5 minutes
Running Date: November, 2019
This video is 1 of 3 presentations from LESA’s Family Property Act seminar. Each presentation sold separately.
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