Divorce Act Changes Could Finally Address Realities The Law Left Out – Boutet in Huffington Post

It took 20 years, but the Canadian government is finally moving the needle on modernizing Canada’s family laws. This week, the Liberals tabled Bill C-78, which will amend the Divorce Act, and related Acts, which have otherwise seen no significant revisions in two decades.

The proposed changes are designed to address four important elements: promoting the best interests of the child; addressing family violence; reducing child poverty and making Canada’s family justice system more accessible and efficient.

Read the full article in Huffington Post.

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