More resources relating to the new court rules for family law cases in Supreme Court are now available on Clicklaw. As of July 1, family law cases in Supreme Court have to use new forms and follow new processes. The Legal Services Society has now added to Clicklaw the fact sheet Going to Supreme Court? Read this first!, which points to all the resources on the Family Law in BC website that can help you get started with the new forms and processes.
As well, from Clicklaw you can directly access such new Legal Services Society resources as:
- Self-help guides on How to fill out a Notice of Family Claim (Form F3) and How to deal with a Supreme Court Financial Statement (Form F8).
- How to Use the New Supreme Court Family Forms, a 10-minute video that describes how to open, fill out, and save the most complicated of the new Supreme Court forms.
- Sample completed Supreme Court forms page, a page of links to sample completed Supreme Court family forms on JP Boyd’s BC Family Law Resource website.
Speaking of JP Boyd’s website, we admire it so much that we’ve added entries on Clicklaw for JP Boyd’s BC Family Law Resource as well as New Rules 101: An Introduction, a section explaining the procedure and forms under the new court rules.