Indigenous women

Some Materials are being updated for legal accuracy

Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) has adapted 7 of FLEW’s information booklets by adding culturally appropriate imagery, case scenarios, and in some cases, new legal content to make the materials more relevant and accessible to Aboriginal women.

  1. Alternative Dispute Resolution
  2. Child Protection
  3. Child and Spousal Support
    In 2017, there are new changes in law affecting people who are receiving child support payments and social assistance benefits. A revised booklet will be available soon.
  4. Custody and Access
  5. Marriage and Divorce
  6. How Property is Divided in Family Law
 
 



FAMILY LAW FOR WOMEN IN ONTARIO, CANADA
This page is meant to give you a basic understanding of legal issues. It is not a substitute for individual legal advice and assistance. If you are dealing with family law issues, get legal advice as soon as possible to protect your rights. Unfortunately, FLEW is not able to provide individual legal assistance.

For more information about how to find and pay for a family law lawyer, see our page on “Finding Help with your Family Law Problem”.

Last updated: January 2017

The views expressed in these materials are the views of FLEW and do not necessarily reflect those of the Province.

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Indigenous women

Some Materials are being updated for legal accuracy

Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) has adapted 7 of FLEW’s information booklets by adding culturally appropriate imagery, case scenarios, and in some cases, new legal content to make the materials more relevant and accessible to Aboriginal women.

  1. Alternative Dispute Resolution
  2. Child Protection
  3. Child and Spousal Support
    In 2017, there are new changes in law affecting people who are receiving child support payments and social assistance benefits. A revised booklet will be available soon.
  4. Custody and Access
  5. Marriage and Divorce
  6. How Property is Divided in Family Law
 
 




FAMILY LAW FOR WOMEN IN ONTARIO, CANADA
This page is meant to give you a basic understanding of legal issues. It is not a substitute for individual legal advice and assistance. If you are dealing with family law issues, get legal advice as soon as possible to protect your rights. Unfortunately, FLEW is not able to provide individual legal assistance.

For more information about how to find and pay for a family law lawyer, see our page on “Finding Help with your Family Law Problem”.

Last updated: January 2017