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Shaney learns how important it is to prepare for a family management conference (Surrey and Victoria).
Dez explains what the early resolution process (in Surrey and Victoria) is all about.
A former couple gets divorced without lawyers or having to appear in court.
Buck learns about online help for responding to a family court form.
Tia recognizes that her husband’s controlling behaviour is abuse and that she has options.
Leila explains how she and her ex decided which court to take their family issues to.
A couple discusses how a neighbour needs to make a safety plan before she leaves her abusive partner.
Niki learns about making a separation agreement and finds online help.
A co-worker shows his friend how to find easier-to-use versions of Supreme Court forms online.
James learns how he can get help from the police or the courts after leaving an abusive partner.
Clare hears how a mediator can help her and her ex settle their issues.
Marie learns that her son is entitled to financial support from his father.
Tess explains the legal meaning of “best interests of the child.”
Years later, Marie's friend explains the importance of getting child support owed from previous years.
Lori’s friend explains that she could get money from her ex while she gets back on her feet.
A mother learns how and why she can move with her son to another city.
Jaswinder learns how to protect herself financially after she and her husband separate.
Allie hears that she needs to take action if a social worker is investigating her children.
A couple finds out it's free and easy to make a simple will with MyLawBC.