BC Family Justice

Information for people considering changes in their family relationships such as separation and divorce.

Family Maintenance Enforcement Program

Free service to help families and children entitled to support under a maintenance order or agreement.

Legal Aid BC – Family Law

A website with extensive legal information on various legal topics, including information on child support and court processes.

Legal Aid BC

Free legal advice and representation for those who qualify.

Lawyer Referral Service

A referral service in which the public can consult with a lawyer for up to 30 minutes for a fee of $25.

Family Justice Centres

A free service offering legal information (family), dispute resolution services to parents, and referrals or information to local legal services/lawyers.


A website providing legal and resource information in BC.


Website/telephone service that provides legal information.

BC Provincial Court Family Forms

Provides BC provincial court family forms.

BC Provincial Courts

Court location information.

BC Supreme Courts

Court location information.

BC Supreme Court Online Help Guide

Information to help couples deal with family law issues.

Justice Education Society

Provides a wide range of guides, info sheets and videos on family and legal issues, including how to represent yourself in court.

Court Information Program for Immigrants

Eliminates language and cultural barriers and enhances access to the courts and to justice for immigrants and refugees.

BC ISO Forms

Inter-jurisdictional support – when one parent lives outside of BC.

Government of Canada – Family Law

Family Law services and information provided by the Government of Canada.

Child Support Guidelines

Provides information on child support in Canada, including how to calculate an appropriate amount of support.

Child Support Table Look-up

Provides Federal Child Support Tables used to calculate child support amounts.

Vancouver Justice Access Centre – Supreme Court Self-Help

This service provides information to help users prepare the procedural aspects of a family or civil case. There is an office at 290 – 800 Hornby Street in Vancouver, but it does not handle phone, e-mail, or written inquiries. The staff cannot provide substantive advice on legal issues.