MyLawBC is built and maintained by Legal Aid BC. It gives you the tools you need to identify, manage, and resolve your legal problems in BC.

Guided pathways — get an action plan

Guided pathways use an interactive question-and-answer approach to guide you to a solution to your legal problem.

MyLawBC asks you questions about your situation. MyLawBC then generates a plan for you based on your answers. This plan gives you the background information you need to work through your legal problem. It'll tell you what you need to do now and do next. And it'll let you know where you can get more help.

We have guided pathways to help you with:

The Family Resolution Centre — make parenting and child support arrangements

Make parenting and support arrangements for your child. You and the other parent will be guided through the steps, and can ask for a coach to help you. After you've both proposed arrangements, you can ask for a professional family law mediator to help you, at no cost to you, if one of you lives in BC.

You'll get a downloadable document of your arrangements to print out and sign.

Our other sites 

Legal Aid BC
Aboriginal Legal Aid in BC
Family Law in BC

Our funding

We're funded by the provincial government, with additional support from the Law Foundation of BC and the Notary Foundation of BC. We're accountable to the public and remain independent of government.

We're also a registered Canadian charity, created by the Legal Services Society Act in 1979. We use donations from people like you to provide services to vulnerable and marginalized people and improve access to justice for all British Columbians.

Contact us

Call Centre (legal aid applications)

Greater Vancouver: 604-408-2172
Elsewhere in BC: 1-866-577-2525

Administration (general inquiries only)

Greater Vancouver: 604-601-6000
400 – 510 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC  V6C 3A8

Communication Kit

Talking about MyLawBC

Talking about the Family Resolution Centre