The level of child care due is often determined by guidelines for child assistance (Department of Justice, 2002). In 2001, the Department of Justice reported that 87% of orders were determined by the Federal Child Support Guidelines (FCSG) 7.Each jurisdiction in Canada has a provincial/territorial directive on child welfare approved by provincial/territorial legislation, which is very close to the FCSG, with the exception of Quebec, which follows its own formula. The guidelines focus first on the lifestyle of the child or child. In most cases, children live mainly with a single parent (General Social Survey 2006). Also taken into account are the income of the payer, the number of beneficiaries of children and the province or territory where the payer lives (to take into account the different tax rates in the different legal systems). Survey of Maintenance Enforcement Programs The Maintenance Support Programs (SMEP) survey is conducted by the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics in Canada, with funding from Justice Canada. THE SMEP collects microdata data on cases aimed at enforcing support obligations, including the date of registration of the case, the age and gender of the beneficiaries and beneficiaries of the aid, payments due and defaulted, processing of payments, and monitoring and implementation of the measures taken by maintenance enforcement programs (LDCs). Otherwise, you would normally need a decision to support a court in your country. Figure 3 Cases registered by the Interjurisdictional Order Status as of March 31, 2011 If you have not received a divorce in Canada, a contract to support a Canadian court depends on the laws of the province or territory in which you request the order. That would be the case, for example. B, if you are not married to the other parent, if you are married and separated, but do not divorce, or if you are divorcing under the laws of a country other than Canada. Child welfare is calculated according to federal guidelines for child care and gross kinship income. In child care situations, assistance is calculated only on the basis of the paying parent`s income, and this calculator looks for the amount of the child care table for the management income of the paying parent.
The results will be the same as Canada`s official tool for searching for children`s support tables.