This guide was developed for frontline service providers in Alberta.
This booklet is currently under revision
TIP SHEET 2017
You should know your rights before you speak with anyone from children's services.
The world of dating has changed, this booklet provides important information about legal issues related to new relationships.
NEW BOOKLET 2019
This guide explains what you need to know about applying for an interim (or temporary) child custody or parenting order after you have left an abusive relationship.
TIP SHEET 2016
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 exclusive possession orders.
If you are thinking about leaving an abusive relationship, this guide will explain financial support options that may be available.
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.
This tipsheet will explain how the Police may be of help if you are experiencing domestic violence.
TIP SHEET 2016
If you are thinking of leaving an abusive relationship, this information sheet lists some important things to consider in making a plan to leave.
This booklet features information for anyone who is not a Canadian citizen and is experiencing domestic violence.
In Alberta there are different types of no contact orders, this poster describes which orders may apply to your situation.
Prints to 11" x 17" (ledger size paper)
A Peace Bond is a type of no contact order that is issued by a criminal court judge.
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