Supreme Court Self-help Resources
Here are some materials that will help you understand the BC Supreme Court process. Unless otherwise indicated, this series of guidebooks, videos, and print materials is provided by the Justice Education Society.
Many of the following links open a PDF file. To find out how to view a PDF, see Help.
You may also want to try Clicklaw, a website that provides user friendly, searchable access to key legal information, education and help for British Columbians. If you have a legal problem, are looking for legal help, want to learn about the law or are interested in law reform, Clicklaw can help you find answers to your questions. Resources available through Clicklaw were designed to be used by the public and those helping the public access legal information.
- Family Law in BC is a website of the Legal Services Society. It contains online self-help guides for family law matters.
- Family Justice is a website of the Ministry of Attorney General for B.C. couples who have separated or are thinking about separating.
- Families Change is a website of the Ministry of Attorney General and Justice Education Society. It contains information on the court process for children, teens, parents, and professionals.
- Vancouver Justice Access Centre
- This website provides information about the new B.C. Supreme Court family rules which come into force on July 1, 2010.
- AdminLawBC is a website that helps British Columbians learn about administrative law and administrative tribunals, as well as how to prepare for a tribunal hearings. The website is available in four languages and features seven instructional videos and the BC Admin Law Directory of 100+ tribunals.
The Vancouver Justice Access Centre does not deal with Small Claims Court forms and filings, but if your case is in Small Claims Court, you may find these resources helpful.