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Supreme Court of BC: Update Regarding Online Booking for Civil and Family Matters

  • February 05, 2024

"Since 2020, counsel and parties have had the option of booking Case Planning Conferences (CPCs), Judicial Case Conferences (JCCs), and Trial Management Conferences (TMCs) through the Supreme Court’s online booking system. Beginning in fall 2024, the Court will be transitioning to a fully online booking system for these types of conferences, as well as for trials and lengthy chambers hearings in civil and family matters."

FAM 09: Consent Adjournment (FLA/FMEA)

  • December 11, 2023

Purpose: To set out the procedure for adjourning matters under the Family Law Act, S.B.C. 2011, c. 25 (FLA) or the Family Maintenance Enforcement Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 127 (FMEA) from one court date to another or to adjourn generally.

Arbitration Services for Interim Family Law Matters

  • April 28, 2020

With a view of increasing access to justice during these difficult times, some B.C. family law arbitrators have offered to provide a four-hour arbitration, conducted remotely, to resolve parties' interim matters at an hourly rate of $250, plus taxes and disbursements. This four-hour process will include the review of materials, submissions and delivery of reasons.

Family Law Organizer (FLO)

  • June 20, 2019

Family Law Organizer (FLO), developed by the Courthouse Library, specifically designed for family law lawyers, students and professionals in family law.

2017 Update to the Federal Child Support Tables

  • November 22, 2017

The Federal Child Support Tables set out the basic monthly amounts of child support under the Federal Child Support Guidelines. The tables have been updated to reflect more recent tax rules. The updated tables came into effect on November 22, 2017.