Legal Forms Workshops - Temporary Foreign Workers uncontested divorce applications


The Amici Curiae Pro Bono Paralegal Programme is expanding its services to serve Temporary Foreign Workers who need help in preparing their uncontested divorce applications. The clinic is offering help to TFWs, specifically those who come from countries like the Philippines where divorce is not allowed, who need to complete their application for an uncontested divorce order with the BC Supreme Court.


topic
Family law; Immigrants & refugees
type of service
Legal advice, representation or advocacy; Information or self-help

location

Justice Education Society of British Columbia Justice Education Society of British Columbia

address:
#260 - 800 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2C5 #260 - 800 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC V6Z2C5
phone:
778-322-2839
tfw.divorce@gmail.com
language support:
Cantonese, English, Tagalog/Filipino
hours:
Each clinic session will have a duty counsel present to review the completed forms. No legal advice will be given at the clinics. Our clinics will be held on Saturdays. Each session is one hour long. Clients can choose either the 2:00 pm or 3:00 pm time slots. Our first clinic will be held on 6 June 2015.The TFW clinic is self-funded, thus our clients will be charged $25 for each session to help cover expenses.

Last updated June 02, 2015