Family law problems – More legal information

Paths to Justice: Family Law Resource Guides

We’ve put together comprehensive guides for family law. Consult these guides for where to find legal advice, legal information, help with forms, help from a mediator, child and spousal support calculators, and more.

Read our LEARN Law Newspaper Columns on Legal Separation and Where Can I Find More Information About Family Law.

Other websites

Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO)

Your Legal Rights (CLEO Connect)

Visit their family law page for information on all areas of family law.

Frequently asked questions (FAQS)

Find answers to common family questions:

Children’s Aid matters

Legal Aid’s fact sheet on Children’s Aid, “Has children’s aid contacted you?” offers information on what to do if you have been contacted by Children’s Aid and whether you qualify for help from a lawyer paid by Legal Aid.

CLEO has a fact sheet for parents as well, in multiple languages.

Family Responsibility Office

The Family Responsibility Office (FRO) has information about FRO, as well as forms and links.

Ministry of attorney general (MAG)

MAG’s family justice page provides links to information about:

Adoption, and children with special needs

The Ministry of Children and Youth Service offers information and resources on indigenous children and youth, adoption, children with special needs and Children’s Aid.

Are you representing yourself without the help of a lawyer?

The National self-represented litigants project (NSRLP) publishes resources for people representing themselves in court, as well as research reports.

See their resource page, which includes publications such as: