Legal Aid can tell you about local legal advice clinics or special services, if available in your area, or direct you to the law information resources available from Public Legal Education and Information Service of New Brunswick (PLEIS-NB). For more information, or to order these publications, visit the PLEIS-NB website at www.legal-info-legale.nb.ca.
NBLASC offices are stocked with a range of family law resources provided by Public Legal Education and Information Service of New Brunswick. Some of the resources available include:
- Doing Your Own Divorce in New Brunswick
- New Brunswick Child Support Variation Kit
- Financial Statement and Income Information
- When Couples Separate: Rights and Responsibilities
- Applying for Custody, Access and Support
- Other family law brochures and forms
- For the Sake of the Children – This is a free 6 hour “parenting after separation” course offered by the New Brunswick Department of Justice and Attorney General. The course helps parents to understand the legal issues involved in separation, minimize the negative impact on children, and communicate in a way that reduces conflict and stress.