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Websites for Separating Adults

Families Change
The Families Change website has information and resources designed to help children, pre-teens, and teens understand separation and divorce. It also has resources for parents and professionals and links to useful information at other websites.
Family Law in British Columbia
Fact sheets and self-help guides on family law in BC. Topics covered include abuse, adoption, child protection/removal, common-law relationships, custody & access, divorce & separation, child support, and spousal support.
Court Tips for Parents
This website contains a series of videos that provide information in everyday language on representing yourself in court.
Family Justice Division, Ministry of Justice
This web site provides general information for BC couples who have separated or who are about to separate. It may also be useful for guardians and other family members, such as grandparents, who may be involved in making important decisions about the family and its future.
Family Justice Counsellors
Family justice counsellors help you make important decisions when experiencing separation or divorce. For example, you may need to decide who the children will live with, when they will see each parent, and how much child support will be paid.
This animated, highly interactive website is designed to help BC kids experiencing parental divorce or separation. The virtual world of “Changeville” provides a range of information and activities for children to explore. The website is targeted to children ages 6 to 12 and it can be explored alone, or with one or both parents.
What Happens Next: Information for Kids About Separation and Divorce
Department of Justice site with extensive information and activities for children and their parents.
Immigrant Legal provides free legal information, education and resources for newcomers to Canada and the people working with them. By providing access to public legal education and information resources, new Canadians will be better able to address their legal needs and have and increased awareness of core Canadian legal values.
Dial-A-Law is a library of text and audio scripts that provide information about law in BC. Most of the scripts are available in English, Chinese and Punjabi. The audio scripts can be accessed by telephone or you can read transcripts on the website. Lower Mainland: (604) 687-4680. Elsewhere in BC: 1-800-565-5297 (toll free)
The BC portal to family law information: Go to “Solve Problems” and click on “Family” for access to extensive family law information