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Figure 20 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 5 Table of Contents Figure 20: Government Transfers as a Source of Income, for Payers and Recipients, Canada, 1995 1 Totals do not add to 100 percent due to multiple responses. Source: Revenue Canada, Taxation Statistics, 1995. Description Back to Chapter 5 Table

Figure 13 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 4 Table of Contents Figure 13: Type of Custody Arrangements Source: Hornick, J.P, Lorne Bertrand and Nicholas Bala. The Survey of Child Support Awards: Preliminary Analysis of Phase 2 Data, Department of Justice, Child Support Team, 1999. Description Back to Chapter 4

Description 16 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 16 Table of Contents Figure 16: Number of People Who Reported Paying or Receiving Support, 1986-1996 Line Graph, 1986 - 268,292 Paid, 220,302 Recieved, 1990 - 329,389 Paid, 276,157 Received, 1996 - 396,100 Paid, 342,900 Received, Number Reported Back to Figure 16 Table

Description 13 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 13 Table of Contents Figure 13: Type of Custody Arrangements Bar Chart: 71.2% Sole Custody Mother, 7.2% Sole Custody Father, 6.4% Shared Custody, 6.3% No Order, 4.2% Split Custody, 3.2% Unable to Determine, 0.1% Split and Shared Custody, 1.3% Other Back to Figure 13 Table

Figure 11 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 3 Table of Contents Figure 11: Distribution of Children Aged 0-11 and of Children From Broken Families, According to Type of Parents' Union-Canada-NLSCY 1994-1995 Source: Marcil-Gratton, N. & C. Le Bourdais (1999).Custody, Access and Child Support: Findings from

Description 19 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 19 Table of Contents Figure 19: Sources of Income, 1995 Bar Graph, Wages and Salaries 96% Payers 72% Recipients, Government Transfers 37% Payers 55% Recipients, Investment Income 47% Payers 37% Recipients, Self-Employment Income 16% Payers 9% Recipients, Other Income 20

Desciption 12 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Figure 12 Table of Contents Figure 12: Percentage of Children From Broken Marriages Who Have Not Yet Witnessed Their Parents' Divorce, According to Time Elapsed Since Separation-NLSCY 1994-1995 (Life Table Estimates) Graph: Years Since Separation, Ontario, Quebec, Canada, After

A Profile of Legal Aid Services in Family Law Matters in Canada

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...A Profile of Legal Aid Services in Family Law Matters in Canada Lorne D. Bertrand, Ph.D. and Joanne J. Paetsch, B.A., Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family Nicholas M.C. Bala, B.A., LL.M., Faculty of Law, Queen's University Joseph P. Hornick, Ph.D., Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family Report prepared for the Department of Justice

Appendix B - What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: The importance of family violence screening tools for family law practitioners

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Aug 5, 2016 ...What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: The importance of family violence screening tools for family law practitioners Previous Page Table of Contents Appendix B Recommended Screening Tool Questions Initial Screening Tool It is proposed that the initial screening tool be universally used by all lawyers with every new family law client unless the client has

Figure 6 - Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition

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May 14, 2002 ...Selected Statistics on Canadian Families and Family Law: Second Edition Back to Chapter 1 Table of Contents Figure 6: Poverty Rates by Family Type, 1996 Source: National Council of Welfare, Poverty Profile 1996, Spring 1998. Description Back to Chapter 1 Table of Contents Date modified: 2015-01-07

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