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Written in plain language, with rollover definitions for legal words and phrases, '''''JP Boyd on Family Law''''' provides practical, in-depth coverage of family law and divorce law in British Columbia. This trusted source for family law information is based on [[JP Boyd|John-Paul Boyd]]'s popular website, BC Family Law Resource, and is completely updated for the ''Family Law Act''. To get started, read [[Family Law in British Columbia]] for a quick introduction. Then dive into the main chapters of the wikibook, or see the [[JP Boyd on Family Law — How Do I?|How Do I?]] section for answers to common procedural questions. Read about the [[Introduction to JP Boyd on Family Law|transition of this resource to a wiki format]]. View the many [[:Category:JP Boyd on Family Law Contributors|lawyers and judges]] who are part of the editorial team led by [[Megan Ellis QC]] that keep this resource updated.
 
Written in plain language, with rollover definitions for legal words and phrases, '''''JP Boyd on Family Law''''' provides practical, in-depth coverage of family law and divorce law in British Columbia. This trusted source for family law information is based on [[JP Boyd|John-Paul Boyd]]'s popular website, BC Family Law Resource, and is completely updated for the ''Family Law Act''. To get started, read [[Family Law in British Columbia]] for a quick introduction. Then dive into the main chapters of the wikibook, or see the [[JP Boyd on Family Law — How Do I?|How Do I?]] section for answers to common procedural questions. Read about the [[Introduction to JP Boyd on Family Law|transition of this resource to a wiki format]]. View the many [[:Category:JP Boyd on Family Law Contributors|lawyers and judges]] who are part of the editorial team led by [[Megan Ellis QC]] that keep this resource updated.
  
'''The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the court system and how family law problems are resolved. Clicklaw has assembled helpful links and resources in a new page [[Covid-19 Resources for British Columbians]]. Information about how the courts have responded can be found on the websites of the [https://www.provincialcourt.bc.ca/COVID19 Provincial Court] and the [https://www.bccourts.ca/supreme_court/documents/Message_from_Supreme_Court-April_6_2020.pdf Supreme Court], and John-Paul Boyd's [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzCWEyKKny_W3qDfyrSM-6Q YouTube channel] on family law topics now includes a video about [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EpGWhNSBk8 COVID-19 and Family Law].'''
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'''The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the court system and how family law problems are resolved. Clicklaw has assembled helpful links and resources in a new page [[Covid-19 Resources for British Columbians]]. Information about how the courts have responded can be found on the websites of the [https://www.provincialcourt.bc.ca/COVID19 Provincial Court] and the [https://www.bccourts.ca/supreme_court/ Supreme Court], and John-Paul Boyd's [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzCWEyKKny_W3qDfyrSM-6Q YouTube channel] on family law topics now includes a video about [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EpGWhNSBk8 COVID-19 and Family Law].'''
  
 
The ''Divorce Act'' will be changing on July 1, 2020, and so will this wikibook. In the meantime, we've prepared a summary of the more important changes. Read our page on [[the New Divorce Act]].
 
The ''Divorce Act'' will be changing on July 1, 2020, and so will this wikibook. In the meantime, we've prepared a summary of the more important changes. Read our page on [[the New Divorce Act]].

Revision as of 09:33, 13 April 2020

Cover of JP Boyd on Family Law (print edition released July 2019)
Cover of JP Boyd on Family Law
(print edition released July 2019)

Written in plain language, with rollover definitions for legal words and phrases, JP Boyd on Family Law provides practical, in-depth coverage of family law and divorce law in British Columbia. This trusted source for family law information is based on John-Paul Boyd's popular website, BC Family Law Resource, and is completely updated for the Family Law Act. To get started, read Family Law in British Columbia for a quick introduction. Then dive into the main chapters of the wikibook, or see the How Do I? section for answers to common procedural questions. Read about the transition of this resource to a wiki format. View the many lawyers and judges who are part of the editorial team led by Megan Ellis QC that keep this resource updated.

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the court system and how family law problems are resolved. Clicklaw has assembled helpful links and resources in a new page Covid-19 Resources for British Columbians. Information about how the courts have responded can be found on the websites of the Provincial Court and the Supreme Court, and John-Paul Boyd's YouTube channel on family law topics now includes a video about COVID-19 and Family Law.

The Divorce Act will be changing on July 1, 2020, and so will this wikibook. In the meantime, we've prepared a summary of the more important changes. Read our page on the New Divorce Act.

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Getting Started

Chapters

Bob Mostar and Mark Norton
Catherine Brink, Morag MacLeod QC, John-Paul Boyd and Deirdre Severide
Shannon Aldinger and Julie Brown
Beatrice McCutcheon and Gagan Mann
Mary Mouat QC and Samantha Rapoport
Maryam Sodagar and Inga Phillips
David Dundee and Gillian Oliver
Helen Chiu and Matthew Ostrow
Stephen Wright and Michael Sinclair
Vanessa Van Sickle
Fiona Beveridge and Samantha Simpson
Rhaea Bailey, Taruna Agrawal and Todd Bell
Bob Mostar and Mark Norton

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