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JP Boyd on Family Law: Family Relationships

This chapter provides an overview of the range of family relationships, and examines how the law impacts the people in these relationships. Also provides information about the claims a child's caregivers and extended ...
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JP Boyd on Family Law: Separation & Divorce

This chapter provides information about the legal and practical aspects of separation and the emotional dimensions of separation. Also provides a detailed review of the do-it-yourself divorce process.
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JP Boyd on Family Law: Children in Family Law Matters

This chapter provides an overview of the law on the care of children after separation, looking at where the children will live, how parenting decisions will be made, and how often each person will see the children in ...
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JP Boyd on Family Law: Resolving Family Law Problems in Court

This chapter provides an overview of the process for starting and replying to proceedings in Provincial Court and Supreme Court. Includes information about case conferences, interim orders, enforcing orders, and ...
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JP Boyd on Family Law: Specific Communities and Family Law

This chapter provides an overview of the ways some laws apply differently to specific communities regarding family law problems. It covers Aboriginals, newcomers to Canada, and the LGBTQ community.
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JP Boyd on Family Law: Family Violence

This chapter provides an overview of the ways that criminal law, tort law, and the Family Law Act can address issues of family violence, including through peace bonds and protection orders. It also takes a brief look at ...
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Legal Help for British Columbians: A Guide to Help Non-Legal Professionals Make Legal Referrals for Clients

This guide helps people with low income take first steps to address legal problems and learn options of where to get help. Covers over 40 common legal problems and lists the best sources for getting legal information & ...
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Legal Help Guide for British Columbians - Welfare and Disability Problems

This guide offers some first steps and useful resources for facing welfare and disability problems, such as having no money for food or shelter, being denied or cut off welfare, applying for disability benefits, and ...
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Legal Help Guide for British Columbians - Employment Law Problems

This guide offers first steps and some useful resources for facing employment issues, such as an employer not paying wages, being dismissed (fired) without just cause, being turned down for Employment Insurance ...
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Legal Help Guide for British Columbians - Housing Problems

This guide offers some first steps and useful resources for tenancy problems such as landlord entering your unit without your permission, eviction, and landlord keeping your deposit.
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