Are you looking for the BC Supreme Court electronic filing statement? Then you are looking for form 119. This form is required when you are trying to e-file a financial statement or affidavit via the BC Courts e-filing platform.
If you are filing an affidavit, you must make sure that it is sworn before a commissioner for taking affidavits.
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When someone files an application against you, you will have five business days to respond. Therefore, you will need to make sure that you get your application response and affidavit filed and served within that five day period.
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Court Electronic Filing Statement FAQ
Do I need a family lawyer?
It will depend on your situation. The best thing for you to do is to get a free consultation with a lawyer. You can then learn about the process and the costs.
Does legal aid help with custody cases?
Legal aid does cover family law cases if you are low income. Keep in mind that many clients on legal aid do not get the same attention as regular clients. Many legal aid lawyers have hundreds of clients at the same time!
Is family law provincial or federal?
It’s actually both. That is what makes it so confusing. Every province has their own provincial laws. But the Divorce Act also applies (and is federal.) You have to learn at least two Acts for family law.
What questions should I ask family lawyer?
It’s better to tell the lawyer about your case and answer the lawyers questions. Let the lawyer determine what is important in your case. They know what the courts will want to see.
At what age can a child decide where they want to live?
Each province has their own laws. There can be other complications as well if the child has a handicap. Common ages are 18 or 19 years old.
What are my legal rights in a divorce?
You have a lot. There is a provincial Act and a federal Act that determines your rights and obligations You should definately speak to a lawyer about this question.