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1. Fill out your court forms

What is a motion without consent in family law and what happens at one?

If you're bringing the , you need to fill out:

  • Form 14: Notice of Motion, where you list the orders you want the court to make; or a Form 14B: Notice of Motion if you're asking for a such as more time to your documents.
  • Form 14A: Affidavit, where you tell the court why you're asking for those orders and include your evidence. Your evidence must be sworn or affirmed. This means you promise that the information in the document is true. It is against the law to not tell the truth when swearing or affirming an affidavit.

If your case is in the Superior Court of Justice, there are several other rules you must follow. For example:

  • you must use a font size of at least 12 points and double spacing on all your forms and documents
  • your affidavit can't be more than 12 pages. This includes affidavits that you've filed with the court before.

You may also need to fill out:

  • Form 35.1: Affidavit (decision-making responsibility, parenting time, contact), if you're asking for or and if you haven't already filed this form with the court. Decision-making responsibility and parenting time used to be called and . You have to answer some personal questions about your family situation and tell the court about your suggested .
  • Form 13: Financial Statement or Form 13.1: Financial Statement, if you're asking for , , or to divide property. You have to give information about your finances such as your income, living expenses, and and .
  • Form 13A: Certificate of Financial Disclosure, where you list all the documents that prove what you said in your .
  • Support Deduction Order, if you're asking for support.
  • Support Deduction Order Information Form, if you're asking for support.
  • A factum, which is a statement of the law you're relying on. A factum is usually a good idea and is sometimes required in the Superior Court of Justice.
  • Updated table of contents, that lists the documents you're adding to your continuing record.

You need to call the court or go to the courthouse to ask the for a date when the judge will hear your motion. You write this date on your Form 14: Notice of Motion.

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Family Law Rules Forms

4Notice of Change in RepresentationOct. 21, 2013 Jan. 1, 2014 flr-4-e.pdf FLR-04-Oct13-EN-fil.doc 6Acknowledgment of ServiceSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr_06-e.pdf 6AAdvertisementMarch 19, 2015 June 10, 2015 flr-6a-e.pdf 6BAffidavit of ServiceApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-6b-e-1016.pdf flr-06b-apr16-en-fil.doc 8Application (General)April 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-8-e-1016.pdf flr-08-apr16-en-fil.doc 8AApplication (Divorce)April 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-8a-e-1016.pdf flr-08a-apr16-en-fil.doc 8BApplication (child protection and status review)March 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_8b_2018.doc 8B.1Application (status review for child in extended society care and child formerly in extended society care)March 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_8b.1_2018.doc 8B.2Application (general) (Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017 cases other than child protection and status review)March 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_8b.2_2018.doc 8CApplication (secure treatment)March 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_8c_2018.doc 8DApplication (adoption)March 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_8d_2018.doc 8D.1Application (Dispense with Parent’s Consent to Adoption before Placement)Nov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-08d-1-nov18-en-fil.doc 8D.2Notice of intention to place child(ren) for adoptionMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_8d.2_2018.docx 8D.3Notice of intention to place First Nations, Inuk or Métis child for adoptionMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_8d.3_2018.doc 10AnswerMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_10_2018.doc 10AReplySept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-10a-e.pdf FLR_10A_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 12Notice of WithdrawalSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-12-e.pdf FLR_12_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 13Financial Statement (Support Claims)Nov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-13-nov18-en-fil.doc 13ACertificate of Financial DisclosureJan. 6, 2015 May 4, 2015 FLR-13A-EN-aug15-fil.pdf FLR-13A-Jan15-EN-fil.doc 13BNet Family Property StatementMay 15, 2009 Aug. 19, 2009 flr-13b-e.pdf FLR-13B-May09-EN-fil-tables.doc 13CComparison of Net Family Property Statements Jan. 6, 2015 May 4, 2015 flr-13c-e.pdf flr-13c-jan15-en-fil.doc 13.1Financial Statement (Property and Support Claims)Nov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-13-1-nov18-en-fil.doc 14Notice of MotionMarch 1, 2018 July 1, 2018 form_14_2018.doc 14AAffidavit (General)Sept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-14a-e.pdf FLR_14A_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 14BMotion FormSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-14b-e.pdf FLR-14B-Sept105-EN-fil2.doc 14CConfirmation of MotionMarch 1, 2018 July 1, 2018 form_14c_2018.doc 14DOrder on Motion Without NoticeSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-14d-e.pdf FLR_14D_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 15Motion to ChangeApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-15-e-1016.pdf flr-15-apr16-en-fil.doc 15AChange Information FormNov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-15a-nov18-en-fil.doc 15BResponse to Motion to ChangeNov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-15b-nov18-en-fil.doc 15CConsent Motion to ChangeApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-15c-e-0816.pdf flr-15c-apr16-fil-en.doc 15DConsent Motion to Change Child SupportApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-15d-e-0816.pdf flr-15d-apr16-en-fil.doc 17Conference NoticeNov. 1, 2018 Jan. 1, 2019 flr-17-nov18-en.doc 17ACase Conference Brief - GeneralNov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-17a-nov18-en-fil.doc 17BCase conference brief for protection application or status reviewMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_17b_2018.doc 17CSettlement Conference Brief - GeneralNov. 15, 2009 March 1, 2010 flr-17c-e.pdf FLR-17C-Nov09-EN-fil.doc 17DSettlement conference brief for protection application or status reviewMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_17d_2018.doc 17ETrial management conference briefNov. 1, 2018 Jan. 1, 2019 flr-17e-nov18-en.doc 17FConfirmation of ConferenceMarch 1, 2018 July 1, 2018 form_17f_2018.doc 20Request for InformationSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-20-e.pdf FLR_20_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 20AAuthorization to CommissionerSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-20a-e.pdf FLR_20A_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 20BLetter of RequestSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-20b-e.pdf FLR_20B_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 20.2Acknowledgment of Expert's DutyJune 1, 2019 Sept. 1, 2019 flr-20-2-jun19-en-fil.doc 22Request to AdmitSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-22-e.pdf FLR_22_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 22AResponse to Request to AdmitSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-22a-e.pdf FLR_22A_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 23Summons to WitnessSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-23-e.pdf FLR_23_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 23ASummons to Witness Outside OntarioSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-23a-e.pdf FLR_23A_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 23BOrder for Prisoner’s AttendanceSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-23b-e.pdf FLR_23B_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 23CAffidavit for Uncontested TrialSept. 1, 2009 Oct. 15, 2009 flr-23c-e.pdf FLR-23C-Sep09-EN-fil.doc 25Order (General)Sept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-25-e.pdf FLR_25_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 25ADivorce OrderSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-25a-e.pdf FLR_25A_Sept105_EN_fil.doc A-25ADivorce Order (one page)Aug. 1, 2009 Aug. 1, 2009 flr-a-25a-e.pdf FLR-A-25A-Aug09-EN-fil.doc 25BSecure treatment orderMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_25b_2018.doc 25CAdoption orderMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_25c_2018.doc 25DOrder (Uncontested Trial)Nov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-25d-nov18-en-fil.doc 25ENotice Disputing Approval of OrderSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-25e-e.pdf FLR_25E_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 25FRestraining OrderSept. 1, 2009 Oct. 15, 2009 flr-25f-e.pdf FLR-25F-Sep09-EN-fil.doc 25GRestraining Order on Motion without NoticeSept. 1, 2009 Oct. 15, 2009 flr-25g-e.pdf FLR-25G-Sep09-EN-fil.doc 25HOrder Terminating Restraining OrderSept. 1, 2009 Oct. 15, 2009 flr-25h-e.pdf FLR-25H-Sep09-EN-fil.doc 26Statement of Money OwedApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-26-apr16-en-fil.doc 26AAffidavit of Enforcement ExpensesApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-26a-apr16-en-fil.doc 26BAffidavit for Filing Domestic Contract with CourtApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-26b-apr16-en-fil.doc 26CNotice of Transfer of EnforcementApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-26c-apr16-en-fil.doc 27Request for Financial StatementApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-27-apr16-en-fil.doc 27ARequest for Statement of IncomeApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-27a-apr16-en-fil.doc 27BStatement of Income from Income SourceSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-27b-e.pdf FLR_27B_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 27CAppointment for Financial ExaminationApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-27c-apr16-en-fil.doc 28Writ of Seizure and SaleApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-28-apr16-en-fil.doc 28ARequest for Writ of Seizure and SaleSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-28a-e.pdf FLR_28A_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 28BStatutory Declaration to SheriffJune 15, 2007 Aug. 1, 2007 flr-28b-e.pdf FLR_28B_Jun1507_EN_fil.doc 28CWrit of Temporary SeizureSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-28c-e.pdf FLR_28C_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 29Request for GarnishmentApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-29-apr16-en-fil.doc 29ANotice of Garnishment (Lump-Sum Debt)April 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-29a-apr16-en-fil.doc 29BNotice of Garnishment (Periodic Debt)April 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-29b-apr16-en-fil.doc 29CNotice to Co-owner of DebtSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-29c-e.pdf FLR_29C_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 29DStatutory Declaration of Indexed SupportApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-29d-apr16-en-fil.doc 29EDispute (Payor)Sept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-29e-e.pdf FLR_29E_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 29FDispute (Garnishee)Sept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-29f-e.pdf FLR_29F_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 29GDispute (Co-owner of Debt)Sept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-29g-e.pdf FLR_29G_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 29HNotice of Garnishment HearingSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-29h-e.pdf FLR_29H_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 29INotice to Stop GarnishmentSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-29i-e.pdf FLR_29I_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 29JStatement to Garnishee Financial Institution re SupportApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-29j-apr16-en-fil.doc 30Notice of Default HearingApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-30-apr16-en-fil.doc 30ARequest for Default HearingSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-30a-e.pdf FLR_30A_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 30BDefault DisputeSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-30b-e.pdf FLR_30B_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 31Notice of Contempt MotionSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-31-e.pdf FLR_31_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 32Bond (Recognizance)Sept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-32-e.pdf 32ANotice of Forfeiture MotionSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-32a-e.pdf FLR_32A_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 32BWarrant for ArrestApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-32b-apr16-en-fil.doc 32CAffidavit for Warrant of CommittalSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-32c-e.pdf 32DWarrant of CommittalApril 12, 2016 July 1, 2016 flr-32d-apr16-en-fil.doc 32.1Request to Enforce a Family Arbitration AwardOct. 1, 2012 Jan. 1, 2013 flr-32-1-e.pdf FLR-32-1-Oct12-EN-fil.doc 32.1ADispute of Request for EnforcementOct. 1, 2012 Jan. 1, 2013 flr-32-1a-e.pdf FLR-32-1A-Oct12-EN-fil.doc 33Information for warrant to bring a child to a place of safetyMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_33_2018.doc 33AWarrant to bring a child to a place of safetyMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_33a_2018.doc 33BPlan of care for child(ren) (Children’s Aid Society)March 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_33b_2018.doc 33B.1Answer and plan of care (parties other than Children’s Aid Society)March 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_33b.1_2018.doc 33B.2Answer (Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017 cases other than child protection and status review)March 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_33b.2_2018.doc 33CStatement of agreed facts (child protection)March 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_33c_2018.doc 33DStatement of agreed facts (status review)March 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_33d_2018.doc 33EChild’s Consent to Secure TreatmentSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-33e-e.pdf FLR_33E_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 33FConsent to Secure Treatment (Person Other than Child)Nov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-33f-nov18-en-fil.doc 34Child's Consent to AdoptionNov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-34-nov18-en-fil.doc 34AAffidavit of parentageMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_34a_2018.doc 34BNon-parent’s consent to adoption by spouseMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_34b_2018.doc 34CDirector’s or local director’s statement on adoptionMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_34c_2018.doc 34DAffidavit of adoption applicant(s), sworn/affirmedMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_34d_2018.doc 34EDirector’s consent to adoptionMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_34e_2018.doc 34FParent’s or custodian’s consent to adoptionMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_34f_2018.doc 34GAffidavit of adoption licensee or society employeeMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_34g_2018.doc 34G.1Affidavit of society employee for adoption of a child in extended society careMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_34g1_2018.doc 34HAffidavit of adopting relative or stepparentNov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-34h-nov18-en-fil.doc 34IParent’s consent to adoption by spouseMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_34i_2018.doc 34JAffidavit of Execution and Independent Legal Advice (Children’s Lawyer)Nov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-34j-nov18-en-fil.doc 34KCertificate of clerk (adoption)Nov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-34k-nov18-en-fil.doc 34LApplication for openness orderMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_34l_2018.doc 34MConsent to openness order under s. 194 of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017March 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_34m_2018.doc 34M.1Consent to openness order under s. 196 or 197 of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017March 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_34m1_2018.doc 34NApplication to change or terminate openness orderMarch 1, 2018 April 30, 2018 form_34n_2018.doc 35.1Affidavit in Support of Claim for Custody or AccessNov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-35-1-nov18-en-fil.doc 36Affidavit for DivorceSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-36-e.pdf FLR_36_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 36ACertificate of Clerk (Divorce)Nov. 1, 2018 Feb. 25, 2019 flr-36a-nov18-en-fil.doc 36BCertificate of DivorceSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-36b-e.pdf FLR_36B_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 37Notice of HearingSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-37-e.pdf FLR_37_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 37AInformation SheetSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-37a-e.pdf FLR_37A_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 37BDirection to Request Further InformationSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-37b-e.pdf FLR_37B_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 37CNotice of Continuation of HearingSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-37c-e.pdf FLR_37C_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 37DNotice of Registration of OrderSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-37d-e.pdf FLR_37D_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 37ENotice for Taking Further EvidenceSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-37e-e.pdf FLR_37E_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 38Notice of AppealSept. 1, 2005 May 1, 2006 flr-38-e.pdf FLR_38_Sept105_EN_fil.doc 39Notice of Approaching DismissalJune 15, 2007 Sept. 1, 2007 flr-39-e.pdf FLR_39_Jun1507_EN_fil.doc
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File family court documents online

Overview

You can submit most family court documents online, including to:

  • apply for a joint or simple divorce
  • start or answer an application for things like child support, spousal support, or division of property
  • attend a family conference
  • make or respond to a motion
  • bring a motion to change a final court order or agreement for things like child support
  • register a domestic contract, such as a separation agreement, for support enforcement
  • file documents in a child protection case
  • request a fee waiver certificate

Before you submit documents online, make sure you qualify and have all the required documents.

How it works

You can file online most documentsyou needfor a family court case in the Ontario Court of Justice or the Superior Court of Justice . After you submit:

  • a joint or simple divorce application, your application is automatically filed to the court
  • other family court documents, court staff will notify you within five business days if your documents have been accepted or rejected for filing with the court

Filing your family court documents online may not be the right choice for you, depending on your circumstances. Contact a lawyer for more information and advice.

What you can file online

Joint and simple divorce applications

You can file online for a:

  • joint divorce – you and your spouse apply for a divorce, and any other court orders together, because you both agree to a divorce and on all other family law matters such as parenting, spousal support or division of property.
  • simple divorce – you apply for a divorce on your own because you and your spouse can’t agree to a divorce and you’re not asking for any other court orders.

Other family court documents

You can submit most other family court documents online, including to:

  • start or answer an application for things like child support, spousal support, or division of property
  • attend a family conference
  • make or respond to a motion
  • bring a motion to change a final court order or agreement for things like child support
  • register a domestic contract, such as a separation agreement, for support enforcement
  • file documents in a child protection case
  • request a fee waiver certificate

Get help before you file

Contact a lawyer

It’s best to contact a lawyer before filing documents online or in court. A lawyer knows what documents you must file at every step in a case, as set out in the Family Law Rules or any court Notices and Practice Directions.

If you need to contact a lawyer, you can find one through:

Get free online help to complete your court forms

Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO) has a free online tool to help you complete your court forms.

Guided Pathways to Family Court Forms asks you questions and puts your answers into the required court forms. When you’re finished, you can save or print your completed forms before filing them online.

You can also find more information about family law on CLEO’s Steps to Justice website.

How to file online

Before you file online, make sure you complete, sign and date all required documentsaccording to:

In some circumstances, you must also swear or affirm an oath in front of a notary public or commissioner of oaths that your documents are true.

Find official up-to-date forms.

Deadline to apply online

You cannot submit documents online:

  • to request an urgent hearing
  • for a court date that is five business days or less away (for example, if you are attending court on Tuesday, January 9, you can submit documents online up to and including Monday, January 1)
  • if you need to meet a deadline established by legislation or other court rules, court practice direction or a court order that is five business days or less away

If you cannot submit online, file your documents in person at the courthouse or by email in accordance with the Family Law Rules and any orders, Notices and Practice Directions issued by the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice.

Before you file online

Before you file, make sure you have:

  • an online ONe-key account
  • all your documents completed, signed, dated, commissioned as required and saved as individual PDFs
  • your Visa, Mastercard or Interac debit card, if there are filing fees in your case
  • your court file number, if you are filing documents for an existing case

Find official up-to-date forms.

You need Adobe Acrobat® Reader version 5.0 (or higher) installed on your computer to complete these forms.

Cost

The cost to file documents online is the same as the cost to file documents in person at a courthouse. For the:

You must use Visa, Mastercard or Interac debit cards to pay filing fees online.

If you can’t afford to pay the fees in your case, you can ask the court to waive the fees by requesting a fee waiver certificate.

File your documents

Your session will expire if you’re inactive for 15 minutes. Your information will not be saved.

File your documents

Privacy

Family court forms are public documents. The information you provide in the forms can be viewed by the public whether you file in-person or online. Learn more about public access to family court files or find a family court location.

Be careful when entering personal information online, where people can see and/or capture it on camera. Try not to open an online account or enter your password in public – and if you are in public, shield any forms you are completing.

Keep copies of your documents

You should keep a copy of all your documents for your records. After you submit your documents online, you cannot view the documents online.

After you submit your documents online

Joint and simple divorce applications

You will receive an immediate confirmation that your application has been filed with the court. Take a screenshot or print a copy of this screen for your records.

If you file your application on a business day between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., you will also receive an email from the court the same day. If you file your application outside regular business hours, you will receive an email the next business day.

The email will include:

  • your divorce application with a court seal to confirm your application was issued by the court
  • the assigned court file number and the date it was issued
  • the court location where you filed your application

If the court grants your divorce and you provided an email address, you will receive an email with a copy of your divorce order.

Other family court documents

You will receive confirmation that your documents have been submitted but not yet filed with the court. Take a screenshot or print a copy of this screen for your records.

Court staff will review your documents within five business days to determine if they are accepted or rejected for filing with the court. If your documents are:

  • accepted, you will receive an email confirming your documents have been filed
  • rejected, you will receive an email stating your documents have not been filed, the reasons for the rejection and confirming any payments will be refunded

If your documents are rejected, you can either:

  • address the reason for the rejection and resubmit your corrected documents online (if time permits), or
  • file your documents in-person or, if allowed by the court, by email

Monitor your email for communication from the court office.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about your specific case, contact the court office where your documents were submitted or filed. You can find a list of courthouse addresses and phone numbers here.

Sours: https://www.ontario.ca/page/file-family-court-documents-online
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Ontario Court Forms

Notice to Public: Central Registry of Divorce Proceedings form now available online.

Notice to Public: Applications for divorce under the federal Civil Marriage Act for non-residents married in Ontario now accepted at SCJ family counters.

Please click on the links below to access electronic court forms for Family, Civil and Small Claims Court proceedings in Ontario.

The Forms Assistant is no longer available.

Learn more about Family Court.

Learn more about Small Claims Court.

Other Forms

Please find below court forms prescribed under other statutes, rules and regulations, as well as non-prescribed court forms.

Please click here to access additional documents relating to the Family Law Rules, including: Formal Requirements for Continuing Records; self-help guides; tips on serving documents; restraining order forms; documents relating to applications for custody of and access to a child; the Trial Scheduling Endorsement Form; and information about recent changes to the Family Law Rules.

Please click here to access additional documents relating to the Rules of Civil Procedure.

Please click here to access additional documents relating to the Rules of the Small Claims Court.

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Forms ontario court

Superior Court of Justice rules and forms govern Superior Court proceedings across Ontario. Each of the following areas of the Court have their own specific rules and forms.

For region specific forms, please see https://www.ontariocourts.ca/scj/practice/practice-directions/.

Civil

Rules of Civil Procedure

Civil proceedings in the Superior Court are governed by the Rules of Civil Procedure unless otherwise stated.


Rules of Civil Procedure Forms

The Rules of Civil Procedure require the use of a set of prescribed forms for civil proceedings.

Criminal

Criminal Proceeding Rules

Criminal proceedings in the Superior Court are governed by the Criminal Proceeding Rules.


Forms under the Criminal Proceedings Rules of the Superior Court of Justice

The Criminal Proceeding Rules require the use of a set of prescribed forms for criminal proceedings.

Divisional Court

Rules of Civil Procedure

Civil proceedings in the Superior Court are governed by the Rules of Civil Procedure unless otherwise stated.


Family Law Rules

Certain appeals in family proceedings to the Divisional Court are governed by the Family Law Rules.


Rules of Civil Procedure Forms

The Rules of Civil Procedure require the use of a set of prescribed forms for civil proceedings.

Family

Family Law Rules

Family proceedings in the Superior Court are governed by the Family Law Rules unless otherwise stated.


Family Law Rules Forms

The Family Law Rules require the use of a set of prescribed forms for family proceedings.


Trial Scheduling Endorsement Form

The new trial scheduling endorsement form will be required before a trial date is provided in a family case. Litigants will be asked to complete Parts 1 and 2 of the form for or immediately after the settlement conference. Part 3 of the form will be completed by the judge after the issues have been reviewed with the parties.


Trial Scheduling Endorsement Form – Child Protection


Family Responsibility Office Forms

The Ministry of Community and Social Services provides additional family law forms that are required in certain circumstances according to government policies and legislation.

Small Claims Court

Rules of the Small Claims Court

Small Claims Court proceedings in the Superior Court are governed by the Rules of the Small Claims Court unless otherwise stated.


Rules of the Small Claims Court Forms

The Rules of the Small Claims Court require the use of a set of prescribed forms for small claims court proceedings.


Publication Ban Forms

Notice of Request for Publication Ban


Request to be added to Superior Court of Justice Publication Ban Notification Media Subscriber List

Sours: https://www.ontariocourts.ca/scj/practice/rules-forms/
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Starting a family court case

For any family court case, there are Family Law Rules that have to be followed. In those rules, you can find out the exact steps of a case and what forms you will need to complete.

Tip: the family court forms match the family law rule number. For example, rule 8 is about starting a case and Form 8: Application (general) is the form you need to fill out.

Form 8: Application (general)

To start a new court case, you always have to fill out Form 8: Application (general) in addition to the form that your case is about. For example, if you have to go to court to start a case about child custody and access, you would fill out Form 8 and Form 35.1 Affidavit in Support of Claim for Custody or Access.

Where do I find these forms?

Tips for completing forms

  • Use plain language
  • Use short numbered paragraphs
  • Use headings
  • Write in chronological order
  • Be relevant
  • Be consistent
  • Add extra pages where needed
  • Use 12 point font; if you’re writing it out by hand, make sure you write clearly
  • Identify the parties and their relationship to each other
  • Make note of important dates
  • Be clear about what you’re asking for e.g. child support, a divorce

Claims

A claim is what you are asking the court for. E.g. custody, access or child support.

When you are completing Form 8, check off every claim that you are asking for because it is hard to add claims later.

If you don’t see what you’re looking for in the list, fill out box 50.

Orders

An order is what you want the court to do. It’s very important to be specific.

For example, if you are asking for child custody, access or support, some of the things you should include are:

  • All the kids’ full legal names and dates of birth
  • The date when you want the custody, access or support to start
  • The kind of custody you’re looking for e.g. sole or joint custody?
  • The amount you’re asking for in support (visit the Government of Canada’s Child Support Guidelines to get a sense of what you should ask for)

Tips

Be as detailed as possible. For example, you should answer these questions:

  • Who currently makes the decisions about health and education?
  • Who does the child lived with mostly since the separation?
  • What is the current access schedule?
  • Are visits supervised?
  • Has the other party ever paid child support since separation?

Next steps

Step 1: Prepare your court application form

Complete Form 8: Application (General) and any other forms that are relevant to you and your situation. For example, if you are asking for child custody or access, you will also complete Form 35.1 Affidavit in Support of Claim for Custody or Access

Need help to complete Form 8? Visit StepstoJustice.ca and use the Guided Pathways tool.

Step 2: Get your application issued

Take at least three copies of all of your documents to the court clerks.

If you are going to the Ontario Court of Justice, go to the family counter.

If you are going to the Superior Court of Justice, take a number and go to the registrar’s office.

You will get:

  • A file number for your continuing record, which contains every document in your case so that the judge can easily find everything when it’s needed
  • Your first court date

Step 3: Serve your application

You must give a copy of all the documents that you have filed with the court and give them to the other party.

More information, including the rules you must follow when serving documents to the other party can be found on our serving family court documents page.

Step 4: Complete proof of service

Proof of service is known as an affidavit of service. It’s a document that shows that all the documents were successfully given to the other party.

The affidavit will list the time and date the documents were served, and also how it was served and who did the serving.

An affidavit of service is important. If the other party says they haven’t been notified, this affidavit proves that they were.

Complete Form 6B: Affidavit of Service sworn/affirmed.

Include any supporting documents. For example, if you mail a claim by registered mail, print off the delivery confirmation including the signature verifying the receipt from the Canada Post website. If you send it by courier, include the delivery confirmation with signature provided by the commercial courier company.

Step 5: File your court documents

Take all of your original documents to the family court clerk and put them into your continuing record, which is a record kept at the courthouse with all of the documents that you have filed and want the court to look at.

You will have to update your table of contents, , which is a list that includes every form and document that you have added to your court file.

If you’re unsure about anything, ask the clerk for help.


More information

Sours: https://www.legalaid.on.ca/faq/starting-a-family-court-case/

You will also be interested:

Ontario Court Forms: Family Law Rules Forms

– Contact Anna Boulman Family Law if you require assistance –

Effective March 1, 2021, you must file using the correct family court form or your filing will be rejected and you will need to refile with the new version. See Bill C-78 and Bill 207 for more information.

Electronic versions of forms under the Family Law Rules , O. Reg. 114/99 , are available in the link below, in a viewable (Adobe PDF) and fillable (Microsoft Word) format. Both formats are printable. The fillable format can be completed on-line and saved to your computer for future reference.

http://www.ontariocourtforms.on.ca/english/family  

Other Documents Related to Family Law Cases

http://www.ontariocourtforms.on.ca/english/other-documents-related-to-family-law-cases

If you cannot file online, file your documents in person at the courthouse or by email in accordance with the Family Law Rules and any orders, Notices, and Practice Directions issued by the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice.

If you need help completing your family court forms, you can use the Guided Pathways to Family Court Forms, a free online tool developed by Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO) and the Ministry of the Attorney General. The tool asks you questions and puts your answers into the required court forms. When you’re finished, you can save or print your completed forms before filing them with the court.

You can also find more helpful information about family law on the Ministry’s Family Law website and CLEO’s Steps to Justice website.

Sours: https://divorceandseparation.ca/going-family-court/ontario-family-law-court-forms/


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