The Supreme Court Self-Help Information Centre is now part of the Vancouver Justice Access Centre, where self-help and information services are provided. This website is also undergoing some changes. You will now see a wider range of civil law information and self-help topics, as well as references to services that are available through the Vancouver Justice Access Centre. Thank you for your patience as we work to improve the website.
Self-help and information services staff in the Vancouver Justice Access Centre may help you get the information you need to prepare your Supreme Court family or civil case or find information about other justice-related civil or family problems.
If you do not have a lawyer or just want to find out more about how to resolve your problems, you can drop in to:
Read the following information about what we can and cannot do for you (PDF) at the centre.
Drop in to meet our staff. They will help you identify which resources and services you need or they will recommend you visit the Vancouver Justice Access Centre to have your situation assessed. Self-help Information and Services provides assistance in person only. The staff does not take telephone, e-mail, or written inquiries.
Monday to Friday: 8:30 am – 12pm & 1pm – 4 pm.
The Self Help Information resource room will be closed between December 25th to January 2nd 2015. We will reopen on January 5th, 2015 at 8:30am for business. The Justice Access Centre will continue to be open regular hours during this period.
Vancouver Justice Access Centre
Self-help and Information Services
290 – 800 Hornby Street
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2C5
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