News in Family Law
CLEO is pleased to announce the following new or updated resources. All CLEO resources are provided free of charge.
When: Thursday, May 11, 2017, 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Where: Waverly Library Auditorium, 285 Red River Rd., Thunder Bay
This information session features Rebecca Stulberg, Steps to Justice project manager, and is intended for service providers and community advocates. Reservations required.
The Law Foundation of Ontario has opened a new call for applications today to fund innovative legal projects in the area of family law through its national Access to Justice Fund.
A new edition of Separation and Divorce: Child support is now available. It explains the new rules for parents who get social assistance and child support.
CLEO announces new or updated resources in the areas of Criminal Law, Family Law, Social Assistance, Employment and Work, and Housing Law. All CLEO resources are provided free of charge.
An analysis by the Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children shows how the 2017 federal budget will affect children and their families.
If a couple is divorced, a disabled child is eligible for support into adulthood. But if the parents were never married, support ends when the child is 18 or no longer in school full-time.
The recommendations come as the family court system is facing a crisis, with a majority of litigants representing themselves due to the high cost of getting a lawyer.
The Income Security Advocacy Centre's bulletin includes news, updates, reports, and events from Ontario, across Canada, and around the world.
This is a guest post on the Toronto Public Library Blog about the new CLEO website, Steps to Justice.