Provincial Court Forms

49: Affidavit of Personal Service of Protection Order

Once you're granted a protection order, this form is used to prove in court that it has been personally delivered, by someone other than the parties involved, to the person they're meant for, according to the rules of court. If the other party live in BC, the court will arrange serving it for you.

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45: Affidavit — General (Provincial Court)

Use this form to create a document that states facts that you want to present to the court when you apply for an order (for example, for support) and that you swear under oath or affirm to be true. A lawyer, notary public, or commissioner for taking affidavits usually needs to witness your signature, but you might be able to file it with the court unsworn.

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3: Application About a Family Law Matter

If you don't resolve your matter through mediation (or another type of dispute resolution), use this form to apply to court for a court order about your family law matter. This can be for a new order, an order to change or cancel all or part of an existing final order, or an order to set aside or replace all or part of a written agreement. Include the schedule that relates to the order you're asking the judge to make.

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12: Application About a Protection Order

Use this form to ask a judge to get, change, or end a protection order with or without notice to the other person.

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29: Application About Enforcement

Use this form ask a judge to enforce an agreement, order, or other previous decision. An example is if the other parent doesn't show up or isn't available to care for a child as agreed or ordered, or they refuse to let you spend time with the child.

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15: Application About Priority Parenting Matter

Use this form to ask a judge to get an order about a priority parenting matter (or to change or end the order). This would be about time-sensitive issues such as a child's emergency medical treatment or upcoming travel or activity.

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17: Application for a Family Law Matter Consent Order

Use this form to ask a judge for a consent order (when you both agree about your family matter) at any time, without a court appearance. You'll also need to fill out a Consent Order (Form 18).

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10: Application for Case Management Order

Use this form to ask a judge to make an order about procedural issues to move your court case along or to address some specific concern. See Case management orders for examples.

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11: Application for Case Management Order Without Notice or Attendance

Use this form to ask a judge to make an order about procedural issues that can be made without you giving notice to the other party or appearing in court. See Case management orders for examples.

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16: Application for Order Prohibiting the Relocation of a Child

Use this form to ask a judge for an order to stop the relocation of a child if there's already a written agreement or order about parenting arrangements or contact.

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35: Application for Order Under the Family Maintenance Enforcement Act

Use this form to ask a judge to make an order to deal with issues related to enforcing a supportorder — for example, when you want to change an FMEP enforcement order.

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7: Certificate of Service

Use this form to prove you've served documents (whether it's by ordinary service or personal service). The person who serves the documents fills out the form. It doesn't need to be sworn or affirmed.

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18: Consent Order (Provincial Court)

Use this form to draft an order when you and the other party agree on the terms of your court order. Once the judge signs it, this becomes your consent order.

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51: Electronic Filing Statement (Provincial Court)

Use this form when filing an affidavit or financial statement by email or Court Services Online. It confirms that what you're filing is a scan of the original affidavit with your handwritten signature.

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52: Fax Filing Cover Page — Provincial Court Family

Use this form as a cover page when filing Provincial Court documents by fax.

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4: Financial Statement (Provincial Court)

Use this Provincial Court form to tell the judge about your income, expenses, assets, and debts. Must be filed in some cases if you apply for child support, and in all cases when you apply for or respond to an application for spousal support or respond to an application for child support. See Complete a Provincial Court Financial Statement (Form 4) for information on how to fill out this form and what to do with it.

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5: Guardianship Affidavit (Provincial Court)

Use this special affidavit to apply to become the guardian of a child if you're a parent who doesn't have guardianship or a non-parent (relative or non-relative) who wants to become the child's guardian. An affidavit is a written statement that contains facts that you swear or affirm to be true to support your case. See How can you become a guardian? for more information about how to apply for guardianship.

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20: Notice of Exemption from Parenting Education Program

If you're in an Early Resolution Registry, Family Justice Registry, or Parenting Education Program Registry, you have to take a Parenting Education Program. There are some exceptions to having to take this course, such as if you have a medical condition. Use this form to ask for an exemption so you can appear before a judge at a family management conference.

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2: Notice of Intention to Proceed (Provincial Court)

If you're in an Early Resolution Registry, use this form if one year has passed after you filed an application about your family law issues and you didn't take any further steps after filing your application. When you file this form, you'll have to participate in a family management conference, even if you filed your application before May 2021.

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1: Notice to Resolve a Family Law Matter

If you're in an Early Resolution Registry, use this form to begin the early resolution process for your family law case. You'll write out information about yourself, the other party, and your family law issues.

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21: Referral Request

For those in an Early Resolution Registry or Family Justice Registry, use this form after having your needs assessment and after taking (or being excused from) the parenting education program so the registry will schedule your family management conference.

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8: Reply to a Counter Application

Use this form to reply to the counter-application portion of the Reply to an Application About a Family Law Matter (Form 6).

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6: Reply to an Application About a Family Law Matter

Use this form to reply to an Application About a Family Law Matter (Form 3). You must file a reply within 30 days or the court can make orders without you. In this form, you tell the court if you agree or disagree with the orders that the other party wants. If you disagree, you can also tell the court your side of the story. You can also ask the court to make the orders you want by filling out the counterclaim portion of the form.

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PFA 914: Request for Protection Order Registry Search (Provincial Court)

Use this form to give the court permission to carry out the necessary Protection Order Registry check on you when you apply for guardianship of a child. See How can you become a guardian? for more information.

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39: Request for Scheduling

Use this form to ask the court to schedule an appearance before a judge as previously ordered or directed or a family management conference.

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PFA 916: Request for Service of Family Protection Order (Provincial Court)

Once you're granted a protection order in court, use this form to ask the court to arrange to serve (deliver) the order on the other party to avoid putting anyone at risk.

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27: Request to File a Determination of Parenting Coordinator

Use this form when you're filing a parenting coordinator's determination.

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26: Request to File an Agreement

Use this form when you're filing a written agreement.

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28: Request to File an Order

Use this form when you're filing a court order in Provincial Court, such as an order made in Supreme Court or an order from another province.

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F102: Section 51 — Consent for Child Protection Record Check (Provincial Court)

Use this form to give the court permission to carry out the necessary Ministry of Children and Family Development records check on you when you apply for guardianship of a child. See How can you become a guardian? for more information.

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PFA 073: Statement of Finances (FMEA)

Use this form to provide financial information to the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program (FMEP) and to the court if there is an application to enforce a support order.

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22: Trial Readiness Statement

Use this form before a trial preparation conference or before the trial if there is no preparation conference.

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19: Written Response to Application

Use this form if you want to file a written response when you're served with Form 10, 12, 15, 16, or 29. (The other party has applied for a case management order, protection order, priority parenting matter, order to stop your relocation, or enforcement of an order or agreement.) You'll still have to appear in court.

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