Shannon Aldinger

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{{Contributor | bio = Shannon Aldinger is a senior subject editor for JP Boyd on Family Law, and is jointly responsible for the pages on Resolving Family Law Problems in Court. She is a solo practitioner in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island. Shannon has practiced law since 1996, and has represented clients in the Provincial and Supreme Courts of BC and the BC Court of AppealThe highest level of court in this province, having the jurisdiction to review decisions of the Supreme Court, all provincial lower courts and certain tribunals. See "appeal.". She has extensive experience in all areas of family law practice including providing legal advice, negotiating settlements, and providing representationIn contact law, a promise made by someone about a certain state of affairs, like "the plumbing was replaced last year." See "misrepresentation." in court dealing with parenting arrangementsA term under the ''Family Law Act'' which describes the arrangements for parental responsibilities and parenting time among guardians, made in an order or agreement. "Parenting arrangements" does not include contact. See "contact," "guardian," "parental responsibilities" and "parenting time.", child and spousal supportMoney paid by one spouse to another spouse either as a contribution toward the spouse's living expenses or to compensate the spouse for the economic consequences of decisions made by the spouses during their relationship., division of propertySomething which can be owned. See "chattels" and "real property." and debts, spousal assault torts, restraining orders, and family law agreements. She is an active member of the Trial Lawyers Association of BC and a volunteer with the local Transition Society, as well as a past contributor to Dial-A-Law (CBABC), and a volunteer with the Women Lawyers Mentoring Program, Battered Women's Support Services, among others.

| name = Shannon Aldinger | organization = Family Lawyer, Courtenay BC

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