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FAQ section of our website: https://www.communitylegal.mb.ca/faqs/
Video – How to Conduct Yourself in Court:
Manitoba Courts Video: What to Expect When Attending Court: http://www.manitobacourts.mb.ca/video-library/#Attending_Court
For legal information or a referral to a lawyer – our Law Phone-In & Lawyer Referral Program: https://www.communitylegal.mb.ca/programs/law-phone-in-and-lawyer-referral-program/
For more publications about family law, our Publications Section: https://www.communitylegal.mb.ca/publications/
The following links to resources may also be helpful:
The Guide to Changing Child Support Orders booklet available on the Manitoba Justice Website: .https://www.gov.mb.ca/justice/crown/family/law/guide.html
As of July 1, 2019, the Maintenance Enforcement Program (MEP) can review whether or not maintenance for an adult child should continue to be enforced. MEP can stop enforcement, unless the child is not able to live independently because of illness, disability or attending school. Submit the form: Request for Child Support Enforcement Eligibility Review
For more information: https://www.gov.mb.ca/justice/courts/mep/payors.html
Variation of a Child Support Order
Suspending a Child Support Order
Child Support Guidelines
Information, tables and calculators are available on the Justice Canada site.
We’ve included sections from our Uncontested Divorce Guide:
If you would like to order our Uncontested Divorce Guide, contact us. The cost is $25 ($30 if we are mailing it out) You can also pay by Pay Pal at: https://www.communitylegal.mb.ca/publications-store/
You may also want to view Manitoba Courts videos:
How to fill out a petition or petition for divorce
Uncontested Affidavit Divorce
The Guide for Grandparents and Extended Family Members Applying for Access is available on the Manitoba Families Website.
We’ve also included videos about Division of Family Property and Spousal Support.
Justice Canada has on-line publications dealing with parenting plans.
Community Legal Education Association has a publication called: Court Orders for Your Protection
The Manitoba Courts have a Guide for Application to Set Aside/Vary/Revoke a Protection Order as well as videos:
How to apply for a protection order
How to Set Aside / Vary / Revoke a Protection Order
Take a look at our publication Legal Tips for Single Parents