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From the manual used by law students handling cases at the LSLAP program legal clinics. Provides information regarding probates and estate taxes.
View PDF from UBC Law Students' Legal Advice Program (LSLAP)


This online course helps parents make informed decisions about their separation, putting the children's needs first. The multimedia course covers the same topic as in-person Parenting After Separation workshops.
Play multimedia from Justice Education Society of BC


This guide was designed to help with release planning (to think about what you're going to do once you're no longer in custody), and contains information about government services and community-based organizations in ...
View PDF from The John Howard Society of the Lower Mainland


Services and resources are available to support people who are accused or convicted (offender) of committing a crime. This page guides you to information about some of these services and resources.
View website from BC Ministry of Justice


This guide provides information about who is legally allowed to work in British Columbia, and what is needed in order to be eligible for employment.
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Your employer is responsible for ensuring your health and safety on the job. This guide provides information about workplace safetyé
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This guide provides helpful information for those who have witnessed a crime.
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This guide contains information on how to dialogue your way through a dispute, including tips on how to manage your emotions, and how to convey your points clearly, respectfully, and effectively.
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This guide contains information on the process of beginning a lawsuit, and includes a list of common legal terms and their definitions.
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To complete court forms correctly, you must learn some basics about legal writing. Legal writing is the style of writing used when you’re writing a document that’s filed or presented at court. This guide contains ...
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