Resources

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The internet is full of helpful resources but it is sometimes hard to make sense of it. It may take a lay person awhile to figure out what a lawyer could tell them in a few moments. It is also important to note the significance of independent legal advice.

Here are some helpful links:

What You Should Know About Family Law Booklet (free from The Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General)

Domestic Violence Information (The Ontario Women’s Justice Network)

Child Abuse Information (Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies)

Restraining Orders – Information (The Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General)

Exclusive Possession of Matrimonial Home – Information (The Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General)

Custody Self Help Guide (The Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General)

FLIC – Family Law Information Centre Offices – Duty Counsel at Local Courthouse

Legal Aid Ontario Eligibility

Ontario Court Procedure Guides (The Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General)

Ontario Family Court Forms including 8, 14, 14A, 13.1, 35.1

Support Calculator

Completing Financial Statements (mysupportcalculator)

Cohabiting Couples and Property Division (Community Legal Education Ontario)

General  Family Law Case Law Listed on the Ontario Court website

Case Law Search – Canlii website

Filing Separation Agreement in Court and Registration with the Family Responsibility Office (FRO) for Enforcement (Community Legal Education Ontario)

Motion to Change Self Help Guide (The Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General)

Child Abduction (The Federal Government of Canada)

Power of Attorney Kit (The Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General)

 

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