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What the child support guidelines are and how they work
When does child support end?
All about court orders
Benefits for grandparents and other relatives raising children
Can you an appeal an order?
Can you sue your parents for support?
Family law in BC after March 18, 2013
Frequently asked questions about the new BC Family Law Act
How you can get your driver's licence back if the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program takes it away
Information for people with family law cases (child support orders) in Kelowna Provincial Court
Step-parents' rights and responsibilities
What if one party doesn't live in BC? (Interjurisdictional issues)
What to do if the other party doesn't respond to your application for an order
When can you change a final order?
Who can help you reach an agreement?
Who is a parent?
Family Law in BC: Quick Reference Tool
Getting Parenting and Support Orders (flow chart)
Guide to the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program
Guide to the New BC Family Law Act
Living Together or Living Apart
New BC Family Law Act: Frequently Asked Questions
Family Matters in Supreme Court: Judicial Case Conferences and Chambers Hearings
An Inside Look at Family Mediation
Who can help
Legislation / Court rules
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