You can learn much more about available services, mediation, court process, separation, divorce and the law by visiting us at one of our Family Law Information Centres (FLIC)
New! Virtual Services
All courts are accepting certificates from online MIPs.
Whether you are in the Ontario Court of Justice (47 Sheppard Ave. or 311 Jarvis St) or the Superior Court of Justice (361 University Ave), you may attend an online MIP.
When: Tuesdays and Thursdays
Time: 12 noon-1:30 pm
How: Register here
What is the MIP?
This program, usually delivered by a family lawyer and a mental health professional, provides an overview of the legal and emotional aspects of separation and divorce, including:
- Effects of a relationship breakdown on adults
- Effects of a relationship breakdown on children
- Legal issues
- Options for dispute resolution
- Understanding the court process
- Benefits of mediation and other collaborative processes
If you are required to attend because you are an Applicant or Respondent in a court case, your date will be assigned to you.
IMPORTANT NOTE: MIP PRESENTERS DO NOT PROVIDE LEGAL ADVICE. NOTHING IN THE MIP PRESENTATION CONSTITUTES LEGAL ADVICE.