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Court Tips for Parents: Representing Yourself in Chambers

This web resource features videos for parents making or opposing an application in Supreme Court chambers to vary or change a child support order. The instructional videos cover how to present your case, what to expect from the chambers process, and what to expect on the day of the hearing.

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Justice Education Society of BC
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self-help & forms
representing yourself, going to court, presenting your case in court, chambers hearing, Supreme Court, child support, changing an order