Separation and divorce
Information for the parent receiving child support
This page will soon be available in English. In the meantime, here's a list of web pages on the same topic.
Paying or getting support after you separate or divorce (Gouvernment of Canada)
Tax treatment of support payments (Revenu Québec)
Creditor of support who receives social assistance (Revenu Québec)
Revenu Québec’s universal collection program
Receiving child support directly from your ex
Exemption from remitting support payments to Revenu Québec (Revenu Québec)
When your ex won’t pay
For people receiving support (Justice Canada)
Debtor or creditor of support who has left Québec (Revenu Québec)
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