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Updated Family Law Resources

June 07, 2016

Steps in a Family Law Case

Three interactive flowcharts help people understand and work through the family law process:

  • "Before you start" takes people through the opening stages, including issues families need to think about and ways to resolve their issues
  • As an Applicant in a family court case
  • As a Respondent in a family court case

Click this link to see the flowchart resource offered by YourLegalRights.ca 

 

Family Law Series in Spanish

CLEO is pleased to announce that our Family Law Series in Spanish has updated referral information. To view these online only resources click here.

Family Law resources remain available in English, French, Chinese, Farsi and Urdu.

 

What you should know about Family Law in Ontario

The attached booklet is about family law in Ontario. It contains information about the laws that may affect you if you separate. These issues include the care and support of your children, support for you or your spouse and the division of your property.
 
This booklet contains information about the law as it was at the time it was written. The law can change. Check the Ministry of the Attorney General website at http://www.attorneygeneral.jus.gov.on.ca for current information. This booklet does not contain legal advice or replace the specialized advice of lawyers or other experts.
 
Published by the Ministry of the Attorney General.