If you are about to go to court for a family-related legal matter, it is beneficial to educate yourself about the topics as much as possible so you know exactly what you are getting into. Sea to Sky Law offers legal support and representation but also recommends that you learn as much information as possible about your case and the nuances involved.
Our clients in British Columbia and beyond can benefit from our services and the information we have made available to you. You can check out some helpful law resources below to educate yourself on legal information and family law legislation. If you want to understand more about any areas of legislation or the legal aspects of your case, then give us a call, and we can schedule a consultation.
Regardless of whether your case is for a dispute, child support or divorce, it is helpful to learn more about family law legislation to understand aspects of your case. Check out some of the links below to learn more.
This offers information that will help you make decisions when contesting for child support after separation or divorce.
The Family Law Act puts the safety and best interests of children first when parents decide to end a relationship. It encourages families to settle disputes out of court and provides a framework for legal parenting and addressing issues.
These are a set of rules to explain how to proceed with family matters in the Supreme Court.
This outlines the various aspects of divorce, including the status of children, support orders and other applicable guidelines.
These guidelines establish a standard for the support provided for children, ensuring consistent treatment of spouses and children, reducing spousal conflict and improving the efficiency of the legal process.
Below are resources to help you learn more about the different courts in BC. Understanding your legal situation can help your lawyer to serve you better. Use the links below to learn more about our court system and general legal information related to family law.
These calculators help you understand the amount of child support or spousal support owed to you before you begin a legal case. Feel free to use the tools below.