Legal information for you and your family in relations to Wills, Powers of Attorney, Family Law and Disability Claims (Ontario).
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The links below will send you to provincial resources in regards to family law where you can obtain information that is relevant for you and your family in your province / territory.
The Family Law Act is B.C.’s primary private family law statute and impacts almost all areas of family justice in the province.
Laws about separation, parentage, guardianship, parenting arrangements, child support, and adult interdependent partner and spousal support.
Information about a wide range of topics from grounds for divorce, to child support guidelines, spousal support, parenting plans, separation agreements and how family property is defined and divided.
Your one-stop for family law resources in Manitoba.
Family law involves legal issues that can be dealt with in a family court. Learn more about the family justice services available to you, including what you need to know when going to court.
Information for couples and families.
Information about their programs and services.
Initiative of the Public Legal Education and Information Service of New Brunswick that offers general information and resources about family law in New Brunswick.
Information relating to the law, processes, and services that make up family law in Nova Scotia with the tools to navigate the options available to help solve your problem.
Prince Edward Island
The Family Law Centre provides child-focused programs and services for families going through separation and divorce. These family justice programs and services promote and emphasize the best interests of children.
Newfoundland / Labrador
The Family Law Act governs applications for child, spousal and partner support in the Provincial Court.
The Department of Justice publishes a guide to family law in the Northwest Territories called Family Law in the NWT as part of its mission to provide public legal education and information.
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