All of the free resources and information on this page is here to help you become an educated consumer when dealing with a Family Law matter. Use the Quick links to help you navigate through all of the available information.
Booklets providing an overview of Family Law topics.
Information and booklets dealing with child support issues.
These guides will help you to understand the steps you must take in Family Court in the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice.
Both legal professionals as well as self-represented lay persons occasionally have difficulties filing documents at Family Court. This section outlines a helpful procedure which will ensure a fair recourse if you were subject to a Clerk’s power to refuse documents and subsequently instructed which documents the Clerk of the Court would accept for your matter. When you are in front of a judge, this procedure will assist you so you can prove that the difficulty was not because you filed the wrong documents, but because you were subject to a Clerk’s power to refuse the filing of your documents.
Links to the forms used in Family Court.
Links to the actual rules of procedure in Family Court known as the Family Law Rules.
Links to the statutes, laws and legislation used in Family Court for Divorce, Child Custody/Access, Child and Spousal Support, Property settlement.

We do not endorse any of these sites; however, they may be of interest to you; please use your best judgement.

We do not offer legal advice at our support group meetings. Legal advice can only be obtained from a lawyer. We do not have a lawyer in attendance at our support group meetings. Our free support group meetings are chaired by a senior certified law clerk who is also a divorced father and an adult child of divorce. Our Support Group meetings are a place to share and exchange personal experience and knowledge about the process of separation and divorce. Discussions at our meetings are of a supportive nature so that fathers can gain a clearer understanding of separation/divorce from the perspective of fathers who have had success in Family Court. Meeting dates are subject to change.


All information, documents, links, resources on this website and the information discussed at our Q&A support group meetings DOES NOT CONSTITUTE LEGAL ADVICE.  If you wish legal advice please consult with a lawyer. The information on this website is simply one possible starting point for your 'strategic consideration'.