Justice Education Society of BC

The Justice Education Society is committed to improving the legal capability of British Columbians. We provide free legal help services every weekday. We also provide more legal education videos than any other BC PLEI organization. Each year, our programs and resources help more than 700,000 people.

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A teen guide to parental separation and divorce. For preteens and teens. If your parents have recently separated or divorced (or you think they may be about to), or you have a friend in that situation, this site is for ...
Also available in: French
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Victim service workers play an important part in the administration of justice and in educating victims and witnesses in the criminal court process. This booklet is intended as a resource for victim service workers in ...
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An interactive, animated kid's guide provides information for children, aged 5 to 12, on parental separation and divorce. It also includes a link to a guide for grown-ups.
Also available in: French
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Victim service workers play an important part in the administration of justice and in educating victims and witnesses in the criminal court process. This booklet is intended as a resource for victim service workers in ...
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You have been called as a witness because of your knowledge about a court case. This booklet provides you with general information about the criminal court process and your role as a witness so that your voice may be ...
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This information helps parents guide their children through separation and divorce, and calculate a child support amount to cover the costs of raising their children.
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An affidavit is a written statement used to present evidence. This guidebook describes how to prepare an affidavit if you are representing yourself in Supreme Court. It explains what to put in an affidavit, the ...
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This guide contains information about choosing the correct court, the time limits that apply to your case, and how to prepare, file, and serve your court documents. Features sample forms with notes.
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Provides information, videos and personalized free legal help through online chat and phone support that can help you find earlier solutions for Small Claims Court cases. Describes summary/simplified trials, mediation, ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified), French, Punjabi, Vietnamese
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If you are charged with a crime and admit that you committed the crime, you may be able to deal with the charges without having to plead guilty or go to trial. This fact sheet provides information and a form to give to ...
Also available in: Chinese (traditional), French, Punjabi, Spanish, Vietnamese
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