Assistance offered for people in family courtDawn Walton
The Globe and Mail
Thursday, November 2, 2000
Calgary -- Alberta's government will offer self-help guides to make issues such as child support and custody and protection orders less daunting for people who represent themselves in family court.
Justice Minister Dave Hancock unveiled the pamphlets and forms yesterday, which cover 27 different court applications, as a way to "improve access to justice and simplify the court system" for Albertans.
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