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We are splitting up. What to do next? A Facebook Live Series

Title: Navigating Family Law in Saskatchewan: A Facebook Live Series with Brad Hunter K.C. and Charmaine Panko K.C.

I am Brad Hunter K.C., a family mediator from Regina, and I’m thrilled to announce an enlightening Facebook Live series alongside Charmaine Panko K.C., a renowned family law expert from Saskatoon. Starting January 4th, 2024, we will be delving into crucial Saskatchewan family law topics through five comprehensive episodes. This series is a must-watch for anyone navigating the complexities of family law.

Episode 1: Understanding Family Violence and the First Steps Towards Separation (January 4, 2024) In our premiere episode, I will discuss the sensitive issue of family violence, the importance of counselling, and how to manage relationships with friends and family during this challenging time. Discover the initial steps you should consider for a successful separation.

Episode 2: Exploring Your Options – Court, Mediation, and More (January 11, 2024) What are your choices when dealing with your spouse? Court, mediation, arbitration, collaborative law, or handling it independently? We will explore these options, helping you understand the best path for your unique situation.

Episode 3: Focusing on the Children – Parenting Plans and Responsibilities (January 18, 2024) This episode is all about the kids. We’ll discuss how to consider children’s wishes, create effective parenting plans, and handle financial responsibilities like activity costs and moving considerations.

Episode 4: Navigating Financial Support – Child and Spousal Support (January 25, 2024) How do you determine support payments? We’ll delve into calculating income for child support, understanding Section 7 Extras, and addressing university and post-secondary education costs. Additionally, we’ll explore the intricacies of spousal support – why it’s paid, how it’s calculated, and its duration.

Episode 5: Dividing Family Property and Debts (February 1, 2024) In our final episode, we tackle the division of family property, including the family home, contents, pensions, RSPs, businesses, farms, and debts. Learn how to approach these critical aspects fairly and effectively.

Join us for these insightful sessions and arm yourself with the knowledge needed to navigate family law with confidence. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to gain expert advice and answers to your burning questions.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Brad Hunter K.C. & Charmaine Panko K.C.

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