Family Court and Beyond workbook cover

The updated print format of the Family Court and Beyond Workbook is now available again for purchase. This popular resource for women who are fleeing violence provides detailed information on family court processes, issues and support, as well as the related personal challenges, such as safety planning and self care.

When we first made the print version of the Workbook and accompanying Organizer available for purchase last spring, both resources very quickly sold out.

Recent revisions to the Divorce Act, which includes changes to the language used to describe arrangements for children after a married couple divorces, required that we update the content before we reprinted it.

To order print copies

To limit our costs and keep the price low for agencies, the two booklets can be ordered only in sets of ten.

Ten copies of the Workbook are $175 and ten copies of the Organizer are $70. These prices include tax and shipping to anywhere in Ontario.

The 8.5″ x 11″ spiral bound Workbook is packed with almost 200 pages of legal information, worksheets, factsheets and tips.

The 6″ x 9″ spiral bound Organizer consists of checklists, worksheets, an appointment log, calendar and a list of relevant Ontario services.

Both resources are also available free as downloadable PDFs and the website displays all the content of the Workbook as well as many of the worksheets from the Organizer, some of which can be downloaded individually.

Order the Workbook online

Order the Organizer online

To learn how to use these resources, check our our new instructional webinar.

More about Family Court and Beyond

Family Court and Beyond covers many topics relevant to women who are leaving abuse and are or will be involved in family court.

  • What is abuse?
  • What is legal bullying?
  • How can I stay safe?
  • Technology and safety
  • Self care
  • Who can help me?
  • How does the family court system work?
  • Collecting and presenting evidence
  • Common family law issues
  • Court related services
  • Considerations for Indigenous women
  • Considerations for women living in rural and remote communities
  • When there criminal law issues
  • When there are immigration issues
  • When there are child protection issues
  • After court is over