Child Support Practices in Canada: Results from the 2022 National Family Law Surveys

Child Support Practices in Canada: Results from the 2022 National Family Law Surveys Since 1998, the Department of Justice Canada has conducted biennial surveysFootnote1 of lawyers’ and judges’ experiences of family law in Canada.Footnote2 These surveys collect information on the characteristics of practitioners’ family law cases, and their experiences with various family law issues. This information assists in the development of policy and programs related to family law in Canada. This report presents key findings from the 2022 National Family Law Surveys of lawyers and judges in Canada. This iteration of surveys collected information on the experiences, practices, and issues with child support in the Canadian family justice system. 2024-05-18 Department of Justice Canada og-go@justice.gc.ca Government and PoliticsLawCanadian family justice systemNational Family Law Surveys Child Support Practices in Canada: Results from the 2022 National Family Law SurveysHTML https://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/rp-pr/jr/2022surveys-sondages2022/index.html Child Support Practices in Canada: Results from the 2022 National Family Law SurveysHTML https://www.justice.gc.ca/fra/pr-rp/jr/sondages2022-2022surveys/index.html Child Support Practices in Canada: Results from the 2022 National Family Law SurveysPDF https://www.justice.gc.ca/fra/pr-rp/jr/sondages2022-2022surveys/docs/report-2022-national-family-law-surveys-final-fr.pdf Child Support Practices in Canada: Results from the 2022 National Family Law Surveys PDF https://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/rp-pr/jr/2022surveys-sondages2022/docs/report-2022-national-family-law-surveys-final-en.pdf

Since 1998, the Department of Justice Canada has conducted biennial surveysFootnote1 of lawyers’ and judges’ experiences of family law in Canada.Footnote2 These surveys collect information on the characteristics of practitioners’ family law cases, and their experiences with various family law issues. This information assists in the development of policy and programs related to family law in Canada.

This report presents key findings from the 2022 National Family Law Surveys of lawyers and judges in Canada. This iteration of surveys collected information on the experiences, practices, and issues with child support in the Canadian family justice system.

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