Provincial Court Forms

34: Affidavit (guardianship, Provincial Court)

Use this special Affidavit to apply to become the guardian of a child if you are a parent who doesn't have guardianship or a non-parent (relative or non-relative) who wants to become the child's guardian. An affidavit is a written statement that contains facts that you swear or affirm to be true to support your case. See How can you become a guardian? for more information about how to apply for guardianship.

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17: Affidavit (Provincial Court)

Use this form to create a document that states facts that you want to present to the court when you apply for an order (for example, for guardianship or support) and that you swear under oath or affirm to be true. A lawyer, notary public, or commissioner for taking affidavits must witness your signature.

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2: Application Respecting Existing Orders or Agreements

Use this form to apply to change, terminate (end), or suspend (put on hold) an existing Provincial Court order, or to set aside a part of, or replace, an agreement, if your circumstances have changed since the order was made/agreement was filed.

See a sample 2 form (pdf)

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1: Application to Obtain an Order

Use this form to apply for a new order in Provincial Court, including an order for parenting or child or spousal support. It sets out information about you and the other party, your relationship, and the final orders you want.

See a sample 1 form (pdf)

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19: Consent

Use this form as part of your application for an order when you and the other party agree on the terms of your court order.

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F102: Consent for Child Protection Record Check (Provincial Court)

Use this form to give the court permission to carry out the necessary Ministry of Children and Family Development records check on you when you apply for guardianship of a child. See How can you become a guardian? for more information about how to apply for guardianship.

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20: Consent Order (Provincial Court)

Use this form to draft an order when you and the other party agree on the terms of your court order. Once the judge signs it, this becomes your consent order.

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10: Fax Cover Page

Use this form as a cover page when serving Provincial Court documents by fax on the other party.

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4: Financial Statement (Provincial Court)

Use this Provincial Court form to tell the judge about your income, expenses, assets, and debts. Must be filed in some cases if you apply for child support, and in all cases when you apply for or respond to an application for spousal support or respond to an application for child support. See How to deal with a Provincial Court Financial Statement (Form 4) for information on how to fill out this form and what to do with it.

See a sample 4 form (pdf)

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12: Notice by Advertisement

Use this form to let the other party know that you've filed an application for a Provincial Court order by publishing a "legal notice" in, for example, the classified section of the local newspaper. The court may allow this alternative method of personal service if the person to be served can't be found or is avoiding service of the documents.

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16: Notice of Motion

Use this form to apply for an interim or procedural order in Provincial Court after you’ve started your case by filing either an Application to Obtain an Order or an Application Respecting Existing Orders or Agreements.

See a sample 16 form (pdf)

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24: Notice of Motion in Maintenance Enforcement Proceedings

Use this form to ask a judge to make an order to deal with any side issue related to enforcing a maintenance order.

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25: Protection Order (Provincial Court)

This form sets out conditions for the person named in the order to follow that are meant to protect a family member from family violence. When the judge makes the protection order, the court clerk fills out the form and, once the judge signs it, it becomes an official court order.

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6: Referral Request

Use this form to confirm that you met with a family justice counsellor and to set out the results of that meeting.

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3: Reply

Use this form to respond to an application in Provincial Court for a new order (or to change an order) by the other party. In this form, you can explain what parts of the application you agree with and what parts you don’t agree with. You can also ask the court to make the orders you want by filling out the Counterclaim portion of the form.

See a sample 3 form (pdf)

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18: Request

Use this form to request a desk consent order, so that a court appearance isn’t required.

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PFA914: Request for Protection Order Registry Search (Provincial Court)

Use this form to give the court permission to carry out the necessary Permission Order Registry check on you when you apply for guardianship of a child. See How can you become a guardian? for more information about how to apply for guardianship.

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PFA 916: Request for Service of Family Protection Order (Provincial Court)

Use this form when you apply for a family law protection order to ask the court to arrange to serve (deliver) the granted protection order on the other party to avoid putting anyone at risk.

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073: Statement of Finances (FMEA)

Use this form to provide financial information to the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program (FMEP) if you are a maintenance payor and your maintenance order is enrolled with the FMEP.

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