Court Orders for Your Protection

As of March 1st, 2021, there were significant changes to family law on PEI. Some of the information on this page may be out of date. It will be updated soon. The Court Orders for Your Protection publication has been reviewed by experts and is up to date. This booklet will explain some court orders…

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Spousal Support

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Resolving Conflict Outside of Court

Conflict can arise in any situation or relationship. If the matter is important, it may seem like going to court is the only option. Going to court is an expensive, lengthy, and stressful procedure. There are no guarantees that you will get what you want. There are other ways to resolve conflict that give you…

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What do I Include in a Separation Agreement?

Separation agreements vary according to the circumstances of the couple involved in the agreement. This list covers most of the things that you might include in your separation agreement. However, it is a general list and your agreement may need other contents. This list is intended to be used to guide you through the development…

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Naming your Child

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Naming a Guardian for your Child

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Birth Certificates

In PEI, the Vital Statistics Act contains the laws about birth registration and birth certificates. Within 30 days of the birth of a child in PEI, the birth must be registered with the Department of Vital Statistics. This is usually done in the hospital after the baby is born.

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Becoming a Parent

As of March 1st, 2021, there will be significant changes to family law on PEI. Some of the information on this page may be out of date. We will update the information on this page soon, and a digital version of the Becoming a Parent publication will be available here soon. Call 902-892-0853 or 1-800-240-9798…

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Adoption

Adoption is a legal process that establishes new parent-child relationships – the adopted child becomes the legal child of the adoptive parents and is no longer the legal child of his or her birth parents. It is against the law for anyone to pressure you about, force you into, or pay you for, adopting your…

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Names

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