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If You Can't Get Legal Aid for Your Child Protection Case

If You Can't Get Legal Aid for Your Child Protection Case

For people facing a child protection hearing who’ve been denied legal aid but can’t afford a lawyer. Explains applying for a court-appointed lawyer; includes forms and what to say to the judge. The French version doesn't include recent updates that are in the English version.

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produced by
Legal Aid BC
produced in
2018
last reviewed
March 2018 i Last date reviewed by a qualified expert to ensure content up-to-date. See "Tips" in Clicklaw content criteria (bottom of pageside menu) for details.
 

Also available in:

French (PDF)


resource type
self-help & forms
tags
child protection, removal of a child from the home, parent's rights, JG application, JG applications, Legal Aid BC, Family Law in BC website, Aboriginal Legal Aid in BC website, custody & access, Ministry of Children and Family Development, child welfare worker