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    Help for you and others affected by the domestic violence incident.
    NEW March 2018

    Resources from organizations around the province on a variety of domestic violence related topics.
    NEW March 2018

    A guide to having a conversation with someone you feel may be experiencing domestic violence.
    NEW March 2018

    A narrative giving an example of a domestic violence situation that you might encounter.
    NEW March 2018

    There are signs that indicate domestic violence might be present.
    NEW March 2018

    Some examples of possible domestic violence prevention strategies.
    NEW March 2018

    Emergency services in the province that can be contacted in domestic violence situations.
    NEW March 2018

    What the landlord can do to help a victim of domestic violence.
    NEW March 2018

    Steps the victim can take to address their particular domestic violence situation.
    NEW March 2018

    What you can do to help if you have witnessed or suspect there may be domestic violence?
    NEW March 2018

    What is domestic violence and how can you recognize that it may be present.
    NEW March 2018

    What to expect when the police have been called to a domestic violence situation.
    NEW March 2018

    Some insight as to why the victim might stay in a domestic violence situation.
    NEW March 2018

    Elder abuse isn't just physical, it can also be sexual, emotional, and financial. This booklet provides information on what elder abuse is, how to recognize different forms of elder abuse and what to do about it.
    June 2017

    A summary of the types, examples and possible indicators of elder abuse.
    March 2015
     

    A summary of legal rememdies that can be taken when the best options have not been put in place to prevent elder abuse.
    March 2015
     

    Developed for use in workshops, this manual could be used as a reference guide. It has three modules:

    • Elder Abuse, Capacity and the Law;
    • Planning Ahead: Using Legal Tools;
    • Let's Talk - Begin the Conversation

    March 2015

    This tip sheet outlines the steps in setting up a plan and suggestions on how to have the conversation with your loved ones.
    March 2015
     

    This tip sheet describes mental capacity and its importance in determining the options that are available in the prevention of elder abuse.
    March 2015
     

    This tip sheet describes several legal tools that can be set up by an older adult, before his/her incapacity, that can help prevent elder abuse.
    March 2015
     

    An Emergency Protection Order (EPO) is a legal tool intended to protect Albertans experiencing family violence.This guide explains what you need to know about EPOs.
    May 2016
     

    If you have lost your job through no fault of your own, you may be eligible for Employment Insurance.
    April 2015

     

    You've been served with a 14 day eviction notice. Is it legal? What are your next steps? This handy flow chart can help answer some of your questions.
    Prints to 8.5" x 14" (legal size paper)

    November 2013

    This guide explains what you need to know about exclusive possession orders.
    May 2016
     

    This guide was developed for frontline service providers in Alberta. It provides general legal information on Alberta law only.
    January 2016

     

    This booklet explains the law and financial support when a relationship ends in Alberta. The booklet has information for people who were legally married and people who lived in a common law relationship.
    June 2014

     

    If you are thinking about leaving an abusive relationship, but worried about supporting yourself financially, this guide will explain financial support options that may be available to you.
    May 2016
     

    If your property is being foreclosed upon, or you are a tenant in a property that is being foreclosed upon, you should find out about the law of foreclosure so that you know what to expect. In this booklet, you can learn about how foreclosure works, and your rights when you are involved in a foreclosure.
    February 2015

     

    If your property is being foreclosed upon, you should find out about the law of foreclosure so that you know what to expect.Foreclosure can be complicated and confusing. In this booklet, you can learn about how foreclosure works, and your rights when you are involved in a foreclosure.
    February 2015

     

    If you have experienced domestic violence, it is important to document and gather information about your experiences in case you have to make a court application.
    May 2016
     

    This booklet is for people who want to know more about the content and uses of General Powers of Attorney.
    December 2016

    The Alberta Family Law Act does not specifically give or protect grandparents' rights of access but it does provide for options such as applying to the court for a contact order or, if safety is an issue, arranging to be the caregiver or guardian of the children.
    June 2010

     

    Présente le concept de responsabilisation et de transparence, communique de bonnes pratiques en matière de responsabilisation et de transparence.
    Janvier 2011

     

    If you are thinking of buying a condominium, there are some commonly used condominium terms that you should become familiar with.
    NEW January 2018

    This guide was developed for frontline service providers in Alberta. It provides general legal information on Alberta law only.
    April 2016

     

    This poster contains answers to some of the most common "how old do I have to be" questions that young people have. This resource is great for teachers and youth workers.
    Prints to 8.5" x 14" (legal size paper)
    May 2012

    You should know your rights before you speak with anyone from children's services.
    December 2017
     

    If you have a problem while renting, this tip sheet can help you figure out what to do.
    May 2012

     

    If you are at-risk of or currently experiencing domestic violence and thinking of leaving your relationship, this information sheet lists some important things to consider in making a plan to leave.
    May 2016
     

    Do you have questions about and your rights as a tenant when you have lost your job? Take a look at our new resource for answers to some common questions.
    Prints to 8.5" x 14" (legal size paper)
    March 2015

    It is important to pick a roommate you like and can trust to pay the rent. Here are some things you should talk about before you move in together. This is meant only to be a guide to assist you in developing your own rental agreement, and may include terms that do not apply to your renting situation.
    May 2012

     

    This tip sheet gives an outline of how to tell if the information you are getting is good.
    September 2012


     

    This booklet is for people who would like to learn more about their constitutionally-protected French language minority rights outside of Quebec.
    January 2013

     

     
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