<Child Support Calculation
> On November 22, 2017 new table amounts were introduced for child Support, see what you would be obligated to pay with this easy to use calculator.
<Divorce and Separation
> Very useful answers to some commonly asked questions regarding getting
Divorced in BC.
<Family Law in British Columbia
> Useful tips for self-representation in a Family Law Trial.
<Separation and separation agreements
> General information explaining what a Separation Agreement is and the parties involved in a Separation.
<Living together or living apart: Common Law Relationships, Marriage, Separation and Divorce
> A simple guide explaining the steps to take when considering a divorce, depending on the type of relationship you are in.
> Guidance with regard to Children's Rights during a divorce.
<Basic Child and Spousal Support calculator
> A simple and easy to use basic Spousal and Child support calculator.
<Family Maintenance Enforcement Program
> Guidance with regard to how to enroll in the FMEP and when it would be practicable to do so, to assist with enforcing an order or agreement.
<Family Court Forms
> Comprehensive list of Provincial Family Law Forms you may require in court.<How to deal with a Supreme Court Financial Statement (Form F8)
> When there is a claim of spousal or child support against you, this form is required for the judge/master to analyse your income, assets, debt and expenses.
<Guide to the New BC Family Law Act (FLA)
> On November 24, 2011 the FLA became law, there were many changes to Family Law as a result. This guide explains many of them.
> A link to the Federal Divorce Act. Marriage breakdown is the only admissible ground for divorce under this Act, accordingly this Act only applies to married spouses.
<Family Law Act
> A link to the Provincial Family Law Act which applies to married/unmarried spouses.
<Family Maintenance Enforcement Act
> A link to the Family Maintenance Enforcement Act which is used to assist with enforcing entered orders and agreements between divorcees.