Empowering & Enlightening FAMILY LAW BOOKLETS Courtesy of the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta Separation Agreement Checklist Separation and Divorce Parenting Time and Contact Financial Support (Child Support and Spousal/Partner Support) Property Division Resolving Family Law Disputes Divorce Forms and Instructions (Alberta) All the forms necessary to file an application for an Uncontested Divorce or a Joint Divorce in Alberta as well as contested divorce application documents and child support forms. Canada Parenting Plan Tool The Government of Canada provides this excellent guide for making important parenting decisions, including practical arrangements, communication, travel, and more. Travel Consent Letter FREE i.e. no need to pay for lawyers or notaries! The letter that proves that the other parent has given you permission to travel with your child(ren) only needs to be witnessed by an adult. Parenting After Separation (PAS) Course Learn how to co-parent the right way. A free online course that is mandatory for divorcing parents in Alberta with children under 16-years-old. LawNow A searchable database of short articles on all things law, published by the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta. Child & Spousal / Partner Support Calculator Instantly determine an estimated amount and duration of child and spousal support specific to your family. Best Interests of the Child (Family Law Act Section 18) Section 18 of the Family Law Act lists the factors judges consider when deciding what outcome is in the best interests of children. Edmonton Community Legal Centre (ECLC) Free legal advice and services for low-income Albertans. Alberta Legal Coaches & Limited Legal Services (ALCLLS) A library of useful legal information AND a directory of lawyers who will handle just parts of your matter, or perform specific tasks like legal coaching or court day representation, at a reasonable rate. Alberta Family Mediation Society (AFMS) Search through a directory of family mediators and parenting coordinators near you. Find a Lawyer – Law Society of Alberta If your matter is contentious in the court system, Accord Family Law will not be able to help you. This directory will help you find a lawyer that goes to court. Programs for Self-Represented Family Litigants If you are facing a matter in the family courts and you do not have a lawyer, these organizations can help. Family Law Handbook for Self-Represented Litigants The Canadian Judicial Council is committed to fostering access to justice and equal treatment under the law of self-represented litigants. Our Family Wizard App Manage schedules, track expenses, share files, send secure messages and more co-parenting tools. Approved and encouraged by the Alberta courts. coParenter App Live mediation to settle disputes, group and one-on-one coaching, expense tracking and reimbursement and more co-parenting tools. Approved and encouraged by the Alberta courts.