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Family Law Workshops

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Here is a description of the workshops that may be offered from time to time or click here to view or download the “Workshop Brochure”

  • Changing A Child Support Order
    This workshop is intended for individuals who wish to change an existing child support order or agreement because of a change in circumstances. The workshop covers the following:

    • Background information
    • How to change a child support order/agreement
    • Completing forms
    • Review of Notice of Motion (Form 72U)
    • Preparing your Affidavit
    • Preparing your Financial Statement
    • Serving documents
    • Preparing your Record on Motion
    • Decision of the Court
       
  • Doing Your Own Uncontested Divorce
    This workshop is intended for individuals who have settled all their family law matters such as custody, support and marital property division and wish to apply for an uncontested divorce. This workshop for an uncontested divorce covers the following:

    • Background information
    • Requirements for Divorce
    • Completing forms
    • Review of Petition for Divorce (Form 72A or Form 72B)
    • Financial Statement
    • Serving documents
    • Preparing your Trial Record by Affidavit  Evidence
    • Decision of the Court
    • Divorce Certificate
       
  • Preparing for a Family Court Hearing
    This workshop is intended for individuals who must attend a court hearing in Court of Queen's Bench, family division. It will help you prepare for going to court. The workshop covers the following:

    • Overview of courtroom
    • Postponements
    • Tips for preparing your case
    • The day of the hearing
    • Tips for the Courtroom
    • Presenting your evidence (calling witnesses, testifying yourself, etc.)
    • Order of presentation
    • The Decision
       
  • Separation: Legal Considerations 
    This workshop is intended for individuals who are at the early stages of separation and divorce. They may be wondering about their options for resolving family law matters and staying out of court. The workshop covers the following:

    • Types of custody and access
    • Parenting Plans
    • Child Support
    • Special issues such as family violence
    • Family mediation and collaborative law
    • Getting legal advice
    • Making an application to the court.
       
  • Family Law and Immigrants
    This workshop helps immigrants, new comers, refugees and community agencies understand legal rights and obligations under the laws of New Brunswick and Canada in relation to separation and divorce issues.

  • Miscellaneous
    Other family law topics may be offered from time to time.

 

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