These sessions are designed to offer important information about family law matters to the general public, with the aim of helping people understand their rights and obligations more clearly, face less fear and confusion in navigating the complicated family law landscape, and have the benefit of experienced family lawyers in the process.
Each session will focus on one of three topics and be presented by two experienced family lawyers.
The presentations will last for approximately 45 minutes and be followed by a general question period.
Go to this link for the most recent schedule: www.eclc.ca/programs-services/legal-education/
Family Law Public Education Resources:
The following are Family Law Resources created by ECLC and Centre for Public Legal Education for Alberta (CPLEA).
- Child Custody and Parenting
- Financial Support
- Property Division
- Representing Yourself in Family Court
- Young Parents