Category Archives: BC Legal Forms

Easy to search legal resources, directories, online guides, and lawyer referral services in Victoria, BC so help you find free and convenient access and information to Canada’s legal system.

With the longer life expectancy and smaller families, wills and estates lawyer John Jordan has noticed there seems to be fewer children who dealing on their own with more difficulties encountered as a parent ages. Not uncommonly, difficulties can quickly become a crisis without proper planning. It is better to plan ahead than react to

While we’ve written about child support payments in the past, we’d also like to point out there is a wide variety of family law resources online in British Columbia for both lawyers and laypeople. Thoughts on drawing children’s affidavits The Courthouse Libraries Association of BC has a great blog post about the considerations that must

While we provide legal help for many people, sometimes lawyers need a little assistance themselves as times rapidly change. Appearing in a recent BC Courthouse Libraries blog post, In a recent paper written for Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia CLEBC, Tracy Ayling an Independent Litigation Support Consultant based in Vancouver has written a short short

BC legal resources – a list

Here’s a list of BC legal resources. Much of it has been researched and curated by the BC Branch of the Canadian Bar Association. BC Lawyers’ Directory The BC Lawyers’ Directory is a listing of all lawyers published by the BC branch of the Canadian Bar Association. The Directory is arranged by name and by

British Columbia’s new Limitation Act will come into effect June 1, 2013. According to the provincial government, the new Limitation Act will make the law easier to understand and bring B.C.’s law more in line with other provinces. Of course, only time will tell if this will be the case, and, as with any change

The BC Ministry of Justice has a number of forms related to incapacity planning and powers of attorney posted on their website.  According to the Ministry of Justice: Representation agreements and enduring powers of attorney are two types of legal documents which allow individuals to plan for the possibility of future incapability. These are tools