The Child-centred Family Justice Strategy:
Survey on the Practice of Family Law in Canada, 2004-2006

Table of Contents

List of Tables

Table C1:
Respondents' Continuing Education or Training on Family Law Issues in the Past Five Years, 2006 and 2004
Table C2:
Characteristics of Respondents' Family Law Cases in the Past Year, 2006 and 2004
Table C3:
Proportion of Respondents' Cases in the Past Year Resolved by Various Methods, 2006 and 2004
Table C4:
Respondents' Reports as to Which Issues in Divorce and Variation Cases are Most Likely to Require a Trial and Judicial Decision to be Resolved, 2006 and 2004
Table C5:
Respondents' Perceptions of How Well Informed Their Clients are at the Outset of Their Case, 2006 and 2004
Table C6:
Respondents' Reports of How Often They Inform Clients About or Refer Clients to Various Family Justice Services, 2006 and 2004
Table C7:
Extent to Which Respondents Agree that Unified Family Courts Accomplish Specific Objectives, 2006 and 2004
Table C8:
Respondents' Perceptions of Whether Parenting Arrangements Made Through Specific Processes are Consistent with the Best Interests of the Child, 2006 and 2004
Table C9:
Respondents' Perceptions of How Often Parents Share Decision Making in Specific Areas, 2006 and 2004
Table C10:
Respondents' Perceptions of What the Circumstances are When Parents do not Comply with their Custody/Access Orders and How Frequently it Occurs, 2006 and 2004
Table C11:
Proportion of Respondents Recommending Supervised Access or Exchange Under Various Circumstances, 2006 and 2004
Table C12:
Respondents' Perceptions of How Often Specific Reasons are Given in Cases Where Parental Relocation is an Issue, 2006 and 2004
Table C13:
Respondents' Perceptions of What the Circumstances are in Cases Where Parental Relocation is an Issue and How Frequently it Occurs, 2006 and 2004
Table C14:
Respondents' Opinions Regarding Objectives of the Federal Child Support Guidelines, 2006 and 2004
Table C15:
Proportion of Cases using the Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines (SSAG) in Various Situations, 2006
Table C16:
Respondents' Perceptions of What the Circumstances are in Cases Where Spousal Support is an Issue and How Frequently it Occurs, 2006 and 2004
Table C17:
Respondents' Reports on How the Court Addressed the Issue in Cases Involving Spousal Violence and How Frequently it Occurred, 2006 and 2004
Table C18:
Respondents' Reports on How the Court Addressed the Issue in Cases Involving Child Abuse and How Frequently it Occurred, 2006 and 2004

List of Figures

Figure 2.1:
Percentage of Respondents from Each Province or Territory, 2006 and 2004
Figure 2.2:
Respondents' Reports as to Which Issues in Divorce Cases are Most Likely to Require a Trial and Judicial Decision to be Resolved, 2006 and 2004
Figure 2.3:
Respondents' Reports as to Which Issues in Variation Cases are Most Likely to Require a Trial and Judicial Decision to be Resolved, 2006 and 2004
Figure 2.4:
Respondents' Reports of How They Keep Informed About Family Justice Services, 2006
Figure 2.5:
Respondents' Reports of Where Their Clients Get Their Information About Family Justice Services, 2006
Figure 2.6:
Respondents' Views on How Much Weight Should be Given to the Preference of Children at Specified Age Ranges, 2006 and 2004
Figure 2.7:
Proportion of Respondents Who Strongly Agreed or Agreed that the Federal Child Support Guidelines are Meeting their Objectives, 2006 and 2004
Figure 2.8:
Respondents' Reports as to Proportion of Cases using the Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines (SSAG) in Various Situations, 2006
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