Income and Support in Divorce
Determining income is an important step in any divorce that involves child or spousal support.
If the payor is an employee, this can be an easy exercise, but it becomes more complicated if the payor is self-employed or runs a company.
Tune into this episode of Access to Justice Podcast when we speak with Cameron Brinkman of Pisko Brinkman LLP where he breaks down income determination down to the basics.
Cameron is a partner with Pisko Brinkman LLP in Edmonton, Alberta, a boutique firm experienced in providing business valuations, guideline income determinations, and other related services primarily in matters of family law.
He is a graduate of the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Commerce Degree, is designated as a Chartered Professional Accountant, a Chartered Business Valuator, and a Registered Collaborative Professional. Cameron is also a graduate of the Directors Education Program.
Cameron is an experienced professional, having worked almost exclusively in the area of business valuation and financial litigation support since 2005. Previously a partner with national professional services firm, Cameron has assisted clients who are planning corporate reorganizations; evaluating potential purchase and sale transactions; who have become involved in shareholder or tax disputes; and those who are preparing for succession.
In the evenings and on weekends in winter months, Cameron is often found in or in between arenas where he coaches minor hockey for his three boys. During our short summers, he enjoys golfing and biking, as well as most other outdoor activities.
Firm: Pisko Brinkman LLP
Address: #1750 Sun Life Place (10123 - 99 Street)
Email: [email protected]
Resources - Child Support Table/Calculator