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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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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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Some court documents can be submitted (also referred to as “filing”) by fax. However, not all courthouses are set up to accept faxed documents and certain documents cannot be submitted by fax. See what locations ...
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This guide is for people who have a small claims court case and are going to court for a settlement conference or a trial. It explains the process of a settlement conference and the process of a trial.
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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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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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This page explains the various ways to pay a provincial violation ticket.
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An introductory guide to preparing an application for a support order, or to change or enforce a support order, where one party lives outside BC and the other lives in the province. Provides step-by-step instructions ...
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Court files contain many different documents about a legal matter. Access to court files and documents by the public is determined by policies set by the Court of Appeal, BC Supreme Court and the Provincial Court. The ...
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A credit report is sent by the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program to credit reporting agencies whenever the person who is supposed to pay support (the payor) is more than $2,000 behind in maintenance payments.
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The Family Maintenance Enforcement Program charges the person who is supposed to pay support (the payor) a fee, called the default fee, if they miss or are late with two payments within the same calendar year. This fact ...
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