Family Justice Services Branch: Family Law Information Centre: Support Variation Project
Provided by: Government of Saskatchewan - JusticePrint
Facilitates variation of child support for parties who agree to use this service.
- limits to confidentiality, with no solicitor-client privilege on financial documents submitted by, or sent to either of the parties
- parties can be referred to Dispute Resolution Office if mediation is required
- provides legal information, but does not provide legal advice to both parties
- parties have the right to retain counsel to receive independent legal advice, at their own cost
- no program cost for applicants, although parties are responsible for any court filing costs and costs of independent legal advice that may arise.
Parents with limited income who have a child support order or agreement registered in Saskatchewan.
-Both parties must voluntarily apply to the program.
-Court order cannot be under appeal.
-Complete disclosure as provided by the Court of Queen's Bench Rules.
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