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Family Law Information Video

A free online information video to help you understand the family law process

The Family Law Information video is designed to provide the type of information parents need to:

  • Navigate the legal process;
  • Identify what options are available in their family law matter; and
  • Understand how separation and divorce can impact their children.

Some of the topics covered are:

  • Where to start and the importance of making parenting plan arrangements;
  • Impacts of separation and divorce on children;
  • Resources for those concerned for their safety;
  • Types of parenting orders;
  • Child support guidelines, and
  • Options for negotiations and establishing agreements and court orders

Q. Will I have to download a special program or app to watch the video?
A. No. This video can be streamed from any mobile device or computer that has internet access just by clicking on the link on the Family Law NB website. It is recommended that you use Wi-Fi when viewing this video from your laptop or mobile device to avoid using data if you are not directly connected to a modem.

Q. What if I don’t have a mobile device, a computer or internet access?
A. Computer workstations are available in over 60 library locations across New Brunswick. Individuals that do not have access to the internet or a device can visit a library nearest them to access the online video. It is recommended that you bring ear buds or a headset with you to listen to the video.

Start Here

If this is part of your First Court Appearance in Saint John or Moncton, proceed to:

Step 2:

Click here to complete the 5-10 minute quiz

What’s Next?

Answer all the questions in the quiz and click the ‘Submit’ button;
Your information is automatically sent to the Triage Coordinator
Confirmation that you completed watching the video will be placed in your court file


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