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Services and information
Families who are involved with Children’s Services can get help with resolving disagreements about children or youth.
Contact family court counsellors to get help with preparing for court, accessing the court system and resolving your parenting dispute.
Bill 28 updates property division laws to include unmarried partners and improve child support for adult children with disabilities.
A list of forms for lawyers and self-represented individuals who are dealing with family law.
Laws about separation, parentage, guardianship, parenting arrangements, child support, and adult interdependent partner and spousal support.
Parents who qualify can register online for a free family mediation program.
How to respond to a Divorce Act Application that you’ve been served with.
How to respond to a Family Law Act Application that you’ve been served with.
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