CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario) has just released an excellent new tool, Steps in a Family Law Case, which guides you through family court processes.
This is a very helpful resource for service providers and women with family law issues. It lays out the family law case as a flowchart. Each step along the way can be clicked on for more information about that topic, such as the forms that are required or court officials involved at that stage. Click on underlined terms in the text to see definitions.
From the CLEO site:
This flowchart shows you the steps that can happen in a family law court case in Ontario. It applies only to court cases dealing with child custody and access, child support, spousal support, and property division. It also gives you basic information about what happens and what you may need to do at each step. Your situation may be different.
Visit the tool on the CLEO website.