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Time Limits in BC Family Law Matters

If you are involved in a family law matter, you have certain rights under the law. However, to preserve your rights, you must pay attention to certain time limits. This table sets out some deadlines and time limits ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified), Farsi (Persian), French, Punjabi, Spanish
View PDF from Rise Women's Legal Centre


COVID-19 and Human Rights

These FAQs have been created to help service providers and people seeking services understand their rights and responsibilities around the requirement to wear a mask.
View website from Community Legal Assistance Society (CLAS)


Family Law Illustrated Scenarios

Short, illustrated scenarios with likeable characters sharing concerns and information about family law issues. These engaging picture stories are designed to capture readers’ own situations and lead them to online (and ...
View website from Legal Aid BC


Teen Digital Dating Violence Toolkit

This toolkit provides anti-violence workers and caregivers supporting teens through their experiences of digital dating violence with information, tips, handouts and resources. Includes info to help better understand ...
View website from BC Society of Transition Houses


Section 211 Toolkit

This toolkit provides an overview of major issues lawyers may encounter when requesting or responding to psychological reports ordered under s. 211 of the Family Law Act. It was developed primarily for lawyers working ...
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Parenting After Separation Course

This free course helps parents and guardians make positive choices in caring for their children following separation or divorce. It also provides information about the separation process and how to access help, ...
View website from BC Ministry of Attorney General


Gladue and You

Plain language booklet describes Gladue principles that judges must apply at bail or sentencing when an Indigenous person is charged with a crime. Explains Gladue factors, colonialism, systemic discrimination, how ...
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About Parenting After Separation (PAS) Course

Parenting After Separation is a free online course for BC parents and other family members who are dealing with separation or divorce and facing decisions like guardianship, parenting arrangements, contact, child ...
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Considering Mindfulness

This primer is for people representing themselves in family or civil court. Includes three "must-do" stress busters for SRLs, the science behind mindfulness, getting started with the practice, and more resources about ...
View PDF from The National Self-Represented Litigants Project


Now You're Talking!

A compilation of short, illustrated stories featuring likeable characters sharing concerns and information about family law issues.
View PDF from Legal Aid BC