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Most automated calls are scams. The province does not make automated calls about:
- jury duty
- court matters
- warrants for arrest
- your financial information
Court and Justice Services (CJS) is a group of programs and services offered by the Government of Alberta, Justice in collaboration with the courts of Alberta.
CJS staff work to:
- help find solutions for legal issues
- offer programs at no cost
- provide services across Alberta
- provide administrative support to all the courts within the province
Legal information and education
Alberta Law Libraries
Support in preparing court forms
Parenting After Separation (PAS) course
Parenting After Separation for Families in High Conflict (PASHC) course
Resolving legal disputes
Child Support Resolution Program
Children's Services Mediation Program
Support in resolving parenting disputes (Caseflow Conference)
Restraining and protection orders
Navigating the court system
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