Friday May 13, 2016

Three Proposed Changes to the Maintenance Enforcement Act

Posted in: Legal Updates

The Nova Scotia government recently announced that they are proposing three changes to the Maintenance Enforcement Act:

The Maintenance Enforcement Act is the legislation in Nova Scotia that allows the Maintenance Enforcement Program to enforce orders for child support and spousal support in the province. Read more about the changes to the Maintenance Enforcement Program for insight into how it assists families in Nova Scotia. 

If you have any questions about Maintenance Enforcement, or the payment of support, please consult one of our Family Law lawyers.

 

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