This page will help you find a lawyer if you need one, prepare for your first interview with a lawyer, and ask your lawyer those questions which will enable you to know the likely cost and outcome of your case

Victims of Abuse, Crime, Family Law
The Law Centre (University of Victoria Clinical Law Program)

The JusticeBC website is brought to you in partnership by the British Columbia Ministry of Attorney General, Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General and Ministry of Children and Family Development. Within these ministries various branches are involved in providing the JusticeBC website to the public. All of these branches and their many service delivery partners support the criminal justice system in B.C. and are responsible for delivering programs and services to communities throughout the province. JusticeBC brings into one portal more than 300 pages of information about the criminal justice system, as well as links to other resources and services.

Knowing Your Rights, Victims of Abuse, Crime, Legal Services
BC Ministry of the Attorney General, Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, and Ministry of Children and Family Development

Vancouver Community College is pleased to provide you with this glossary of 5000 Canadian legal and court-related terms in English Plain Language, and their equivalents in six other languages (Chinese, Farsi, Punjabi, Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese).

Divorce and Separation, Knowing Your Rights, Understanding Abuse & Family Violence, Preventing Abuse, Safety Issues, Seniors, Financial Issues, Persons with a Disability, Victims of Abuse, Immigration Issues, In a Relationship, Crime, Legal Services, Children's Rights, Financial, Your Safety, Family Law
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Vancouver Community College