Family Law in BC for Settlement Workers
[4:51] Lawyer Hannah DeJong explains challenges & issues (like what is a spouse?) in BC Family Law. Part 1 of 7.
[18:56] Lawyer Hannah DeJong explains parenting issues; child's best interests, guardianship and more in BC Family Law. Part 2 of 7.
[10:57] Lawyer Hannah DeJong explains types of child support, guidelines and more in BC Family Law. Part 3 of 7.
[11:31] Lawyer Hannah DeJong explains the objectives of spousal support and more in BC Family Law. Part 4 of 7.
[11:48] Lawyer Hannah DeJong explains family property: dividing it, who's entitled to it, and more in BC Family Law. Part 5 of 7.
[15:12] Lawyer Hannah DeJong explains alternatives to court including mediation; costs of court, and more in BC Family Law. Part 6 of 7.
[2:55] Lawyer Hannah DeJong showcases websites, free booklets, and more about BC Family Law. Part 7 of 7.
Legal Resources for Settlement Workers in BC
[1:13:47] Free legal resource organizations, websites, publications, and more for BC community and settlement workers. 7 presentations from an April 2019 panel about free public legal resources in BC.
[9:46] The Rise Women’s Legal Centre helps women who don't have lawyers. Services and resources are explained in Taruna Agrawal's talk. 1 of 7 videos from an April 2019 panel on legal resources.
[11:58] How the PLC supports parents with child protection issues. Danielle Vanderende explains. The focus of the Surrey PLC: a clinic to support parents experiencing child protection issues.
[9:30] Veenu Saini introduces the Law Foundation of BC to community workers and settlement workers in BC.
[11:10] Andrew Sakamoto on TRAC’s focus, advocacy, tenant infoline, and more.
[14:28] Heather Wojcik on Access Pro Bono resources including free legal advice clinics, refugee and immigration clinics, and more.
[9:38] Kathryn McCart on People’s Law School resources, free public classes, booklets, and more. 1 of 7 presentations from an April 2019 panel on legal resources.
[6:16] Lali Pawa explains the JES: improving access to justice for all BC residents, through multilingual websites and services.