Families and the Law series
Did you know the Divorce Act changed on March 1st?
To make sure you have access to the most up-to-date legal information, we’ve updated and refreshed our Families and the Law series. Plus, we’ve added a few new resources to round out the series. And, they’re available in French too!
All of the resources are now available for free on our website. Read, download, print or order a print copy from us.
RENAMED | Parenting Time and Contact
Property Division for Married and Unmarried Couples
NEW | Separation and Divorce
RENAMED | Resolving Family Law Disputes
RENAMED | New Parents
NEW | Moving and the Divorce Act
Moving with Children
Travelling with Children
Separation Agreement Checklist
Thank you to our partners at ECLC and AJEFA for their contributions and support. Thank you also to the Department of Justice Canada and the Alberta Law Foundation for funding the Alberta Family Law PLEI Update project.
We’ve added new FAQs to our Canadian Legal FAQs website:
- Child Support
- Contact with a Child
- Divorce Law Basics
- Moving With or Without Children
- Moving and the Divorce Act
- Parenting After a Separation or Divorce
- Spousal Support and Partner Support
- Hiring a Lawyer
Read these and more at www.law-faqs.org.
Joseph J. Arvay Legacy Fund
A Legacy Fund has been established to honour the memory of Joseph J. Arvay, OC, OBC, QC, LLD. The fund, created by UVic Law, intends to support and inspire a new generation of law students to follow in his footsteps as a visionary public interest law advocate. See the link below for further information on Joe Arvay and an opportunity to donate to his Legacy Fund: https://www.uvic.ca/law/home/news/current/joseph-arvay-legacy-fund.php