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How do I get my divorce certificate?

To obtain your divorce certificate, you will need to contact the Supreme Court registry where your divorce was filed. This page gives instructions to obtain your divorce certificate.
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Jury Duty

This site contains information most people will want after receiving a jury summons. Information here can help answer many general questions people may have about jury duty.
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Family Maintenance Enforcement Program: Driver's Licence Cancellation Fact Sheet

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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Supreme Court of BC Court Forms - Family

Links to online filllable court forms for BC Supreme Court for Family matters. These forms work best when using the Internet Explorer browser.
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Collaborative Family Law

This page tells you about collaborative family law and what you could expect from the process.
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Family Maintenance Enforcement Program: Payor Enrolment Package

The enrollment package for the person paying support (the payor) to enroll in the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program (FMEP). If you already have a maintenance order or agreement filed in a BC court, just follow ...
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Protection Orders - Questions and Answers

Read about what a protection order is, when you should get one, how it will protect you, and who you can speak with to get more information about how to apply for one.
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How Do I Arrange for an Interpreter?

This site explains how to get an interpreter for the deaf or hard of hearing. The site also explains the situations where the courts will provide an English language interpreter and offers resources for situations where ...
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Child Protection Mediation: Questions & Answers

This fact sheet answers questions about child protection mediation such as what issues can be referred to mediation and who can participate. Child protection mediation is administered by the Ministry of Justice and ...
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Limitation Act, Transition Rules, Part 1

This video explains the transition rules in British Columbia's new Limitation Act. It examines how the transition rules apply to a plaintiff's claim that would have been governed by the 30-year ultimate limitation ...
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