If you started your Supreme Court case before July 1, 2010
Effective July 1, 2010, if you have a family law case in Supreme Court, you have to use new forms and follow new processes. (If you're not sure you have a Supreme Court case, see Do you need to go to Provincial (Family) Court or Supreme Court?)
If you were partway through your case, you had to start using the new forms and processes on/after July 1, 2010. You don't have to replace the old forms you already completed and filed unless unless the other party serves you with a Demand (Form F99) that requires you to do so.
We updated and streamlined all the relevant self-help guides to follow the new rules.
The Court forms page was updated to link to the new forms and sample completed court forms, mostly on the JP Boyd on Family Law website.
See below for more links to the post–July 2010 material.
See Court forms for three FAQ about the changes to the rules.
Court forms: Note that the links go to PDF forms on the Court Services Branch website and to sample completed court forms, mostly on the JP Boyd on Family Law website.
How to use the new Supreme Court family forms (video): This 10-minute video provides a technical introduction to some of the new XML-tagged PDF forms.
Frequently asked technical questions about the Supreme Court family forms (fact sheet): Answers to some of the common technical questions about these forms.
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