AuthorJulien D. Payne; Marilyn A. Payne
e objectives underlying this ed ition of Child Support Guidelines in Canada a re to pro-
vide a comprehensive analysis of the caselaw, to produce order out of chaos, and to pro-
vide a quick and ef‌f‌icient means for readers to gain access to pertinent information on all
aspects of the Federal Child Support Guide lines and correspondi ng provincia l guideli nes.
is book is a “meat-and-potatoes” analysis that is written prima rily for practising lawyers
and judges who serve in the trenches of family wa rfare. e author’s role is perceived as that
of an analyst, not that of an advocate engaged in social engineeri ng. e book describes
what judges have said and done without engaging in any socio-economic evaluation of the
Federal Child Support Guidelines. is i s a companion volume to Payne & Payne, Canadian
Family Law (Irwin Law).
e material in this book i s current to  September .

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