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The mission of the Attorney General is to administer justice, deliver public safety services and programs, lead emergency management and provide legal advice to Government.

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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 "attach" the income of the payor. An attachment (also called a garnishment) ...
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The enrolment package for the person receiving support (the recipient) to enroll in the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program (FMEP). The package includes instructions on how to enroll as well as the application ...
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An introduction to mediation as a process for resolving disputes in British Columbia. Mediation is an alternative to going to court. An impartial mediator helps bring together the parties involved in the dispute and ...
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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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The Family Maintenance Enforcement Program can notify the federal government when the person who is supposed to pay support (the payor) has fallen $3,000 or more behind in support payments. The federal government will ...
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This page has court forms for violation tickets, including motor vehicle offences. The forms are in a PDF format that can be filled out and printed.
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An agreement to mediate is a written agreement outlining the terms on which the mediation will proceed. Once the parties to a dispute have selected a mediator, the mediator and all the parties will sign the written ...
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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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This guide answers some questions about what happens in small claims after you have your court order stating what the judge says you are entitled to. If you have lost your case and have to pay, it will tell you what ...
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Looking for the location and time of court proceedings happening today? Use the daily court lists to find the schedule for court proceedings happening across the province.
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