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Is mediation right for my family and me?

Helping parents through the separation process This is the second in our series of blogs explaining how our family justice services team helps support parents and children in Alberta. The team offers a wide range of programs that help families … Continue reading

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Helping parents and children through the separation process

Going through a break-up? Some things to consider. Justice and Solicitor General’s family justice services team offers some great initiatives to help parents solve family law issues. This is the first blog post in a new series to inform Albertans about … Continue reading

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Greater access to justice in civil claims

Small claims limit doubles to help Albertans involved in legal disputes The Alberta government is partnering with the Provincial Court of Alberta to introduce reforms to the civil claims process. As of August 1, 2014, the civil claims limit in … Continue reading

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Support for Alberta restorative justice organizations

Helping victims of crime by directly holding offenders to account Victims of crime in Alberta will continue to have the option of restorative justice services to help them recover. Restorative justice gives victims of crime the chance to meet with offenders … Continue reading

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Minister’s Statement on the need for more federal Legal Aid funding

Statement by Jonathan Denis, Minister of Justice and Solicitor General, on the need for increased federal funding for Legal Aid: Funding for Legal Aid is a shared responsibility that includes the federal and provincial government. The Alberta government is doing … Continue reading

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