Family Justice Services
If you are dealing with separation, divorce or other family law issues, you're not alone. A wide variety of family justice services can help you get information and resolve issues without going to court.
Provincial and territorial governments provide some of these family justice services. Others are only available from professionals in private practice or in community organizations. Below, you will find key types of provincial and territorial government services that may be helpful to you as well as links to those services in each province and territory.
If you or your children are experiencing abuse, you might need additional services to help with your situation.
There are also many other organizations that offer services to help deal with violence and abuse.
Find help if you or your children are experiencing abuse.
Find information about family law, including parenting after separation or divorce.
Find help to resolve your family law issues, including family support obligations (child and spousal support) or parenting arrangements outside of the court process.
Find help to understand the court process. For example, this includes services that help families navigate the court process or that help create legal documents related to separation and divorce, including child and spousal support.
Find help to determine or update child support amounts quickly outside of the court process.
Find help to change agreements or court orders on parenting arrangements or family support obligations (child and spousal support).
Find help to enforce agreements and court orders for child support and spousal support.
Find help to resolve parenting arrangement disputes out of court.
Find information on family justice services that focus on the needs of Indigenous communities.
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