You can find the new template in DM Precedents Cloud software. Simply click on “New Agreement”, select “Parenting Plan” from the list of agreements, and you’re ready to begin drafting.
Court Fee and Fee Waiver Eligibility Thresholds In Effect January 1, 2023
Notice to Profession re JCMC Court & In-Custody Pleas; Section 11(b) Applications - Nov 28, 2022
Notice to the Family Law Bar - DRO Program Empanelment
Letter Re York Regional Police Surveillance Radio Channel Recordings
The library staff is excited to be hosting a library orientation & social for recent calls tomorrow from 3 pm - 5 pm because
COVID Done you Wrong!
Meet your peers--in person! Snack, drink, & discover the indispensable resources offered to you by the YRLA library.
Friday, September 30th is the second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. This is a day to recognize the tragic legacy of the residential school system and the ways it continues to affect Indigenous Peoples in Canada. It is a day to mourn the children who did not return from residential school and to honour the survivors, their families, and the resilience of their communities.
To allow for reflection on this important day, the Courts will be closed except for certain matters that must be heard.
In the Ontario Court of Justice, only Weekend and Statutory Holiday (bail) courts will operate.
In the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, urgent matters such as those heard on statutory holidays will be heard.
In the Court of Appeal for Ontario, no motions or appeals are scheduled for that day.
Courts will be operating as usual this coming Monday, September 19, 2022. The day has been designated a "Day of Mourning" by the provincial government, and Ontarians are encouraged to observe a moment of silence around 1:00 pm. Federal offices (e.g., Canada Post, Service Canada) will be closed.
Click here for the Presumptive Mode of Hearing chart from the Notice To the Profession and Family Law Litigants – Central East Region.
View the full notice here: PROTOCOL FOR FAMILY AND CHILD PROTECTION MATTERS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF JUSTICE CENTRAL EAST REGION - (Effective April 19, 2022; updated June 1, 2022)
Justice Edwards, Regional Senior Justice, Superior Court of Justice, Central East Region, released a notice re the expansion of CaseLines in Central East proceedings on August 12, 2022, effective August 15, 2022:
Notice to the Profession and Parties – Expansion of Caselines Proceedings in Central East Region - Effective August 15, 2022
The notice is posted on all relevant PRACTICE AREA pages on this website. CaseLines videos, documents, and helpline available on CASELINES page of this website.
York Region Law Association 50 Eagle St W, 3rd Floor Newmarket ON L3Y 6B1 905-895-2018 / 1-866-221-8864