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 series of information sheets related to legal questions on wills and estates. Topics include: Writing a Will, Power of Attorney and Your Duties as Executor. Do you have more questions: Chat with JES to get immediate ...
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A series of information sheets about legal questions around housing. The help guides includes topics such as: Being a Tenant, Discrimination and Renting, Buying a House, Selling your House and Foreclosure. Do you have ...
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This resource contains basic information about contract law, including 10 tips to signing a contract.
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This guide is designed to help you to understand how to build a proper case prior to appearing in court.
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Small Claims Court is the Do-It-Yourself civil law division of the BC Provincial Court. It hears lawsuits that involve disputes up to a maximum of $25,000. This guide contains information on the Small Claims Court ...
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This resource provides information on dealing with change, feelings and emotions, telling the children, and child support.
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This page provides general information about family law in British Columbia.
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This short guide will help you to better understand what to do after you have been involved in a car accident.
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Around half of individuals who go to court in BC do not have a lawyer. They represent themselves. This guide is an introduction to the process of self representation.
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British Columbia has very strict laws about drinking and driving. Alcoholic drinks, such as beer, wine and liquor, can make you an impaired driver. This resource will help you to understand the law as it relates to ...
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