Susan Blackwell continues a series of blogs with legal information and resource referrals aimed at people undergoing a family breakdown. Read Susan’s latest blog with pointers on what you should consider if a family separation may be looming.
On Oct. 28th 2020, the Family Law Limited Scope Services Project and the ASC (Advice and Settlement Counsel) Toronto project were prominently showcased in Ontario’s virtual Access to Justice Week event entitled Family Justice System: Access to Justice and the Changing Landscape. Tami Moscoe, chair of the FLLSSP Steering Committee, and Lorna Yates, co-ordinator of ASC Toronto, were our presenters.
The Family Law Limited Scope Services Project is the Irwin Cantor Innovative Program Award Recipient for 2019!
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Family Law Limited Scope Services Project Referred to in Superior Court Decision
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The court system has borne the burden of a growing body of unmonied, unrepresented and legally uninitiated litigants. The courts have over the years publicized the crisis and have worked toward solutions. The FLLSSP is an example of partnership between bench and bar.
April 9, 2019
Project group funded by Law Foundation of Ontario launches website to improve access to family justice
The Great Library posted: “This week saw the launch of a new website for Ontario’s Family Law Limited Scope Services Project. The Project is funded by The Law Foundation of Ontario. Its aim is to improve access to family justice for lower and middle income Ontarians by increasing…
….The Action Group on Access to Justice addressed the family bar’s concerns and showcased innovators…
Whether your practice is transactional or litigation-focused, one area of burgeoning opportunity is in providing limited-scope legal services…