BC Ministry of Attorney General

The Ministry of Attorney General leads law reform, sees that public affairs are administered in accordance with the law, and ensures British Columbia is a province where people are safe. Its portfolio includes justice system reform; provision of family justice services; funding of legal aid; family maintenance enforcement; crime prevention and restorative justice; protection of children and vulnerable adults; law enforcement; victim services; and addressing violence against women.

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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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Parenting After Separation is a free information session for parents and other family members dealing with family issues including guardianship, parenting arrangements, contact, child support and spousal ...
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Information for the person paying support (the payor) about how long child support has to be paid for children over the age of majority.
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This site is aimed at people who have been given a federal contravention violation ticket. It explains what the options are, how to pay the ticket, how to dispute the ticket, and gives some contact information.
Also available in: French
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The Family Maintenance Enforcement Program can take certain actions to make sure the person who is supposed to pay support (the payor) makes his or her support payments. One of those actions is to "intercept" money owed ...
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Where the person who is supposed to pay support (the payor) falls behind in support payments, the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program can register a maintenance lien against the payor's personal property, such as a ...
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This page provides information for the person paying support (the payor) under an order or agreement that has been filed with the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program (FMEP). This page explains what the FMEP does, ...
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Getting the paperwork from one person to another in a lawsuit is called "service of documents." This guide explains the small claims court rules for serving documents and tries to answer some questions you may have.
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This page tells you about collaborative family law and what you could expect from the process.
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The Family Maintenance Enforcement Program can take certain actions to make sure the person who is supposed to pay support (the payor) makes his or her support payments. One of those actions may be to instruct ICBC to ...
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