Association of Community Legal Clinics


The representative body of Ontario’s community legal aid clinics.

425 Adelaide St. West, 5th floor Toronto, ON M5V 3C1

Phone: 1-866-965-1416


Community Legal Education Ontario


Produces clear, accurate, and practical legal information to help people understand and exercise their legal rights.

119 Spadina Avenue, Suite 600 Toronto, ON M5V 2L1

Phone: 416-408-4420

  • Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO) helps disadvantaged Ontarians understand and exercise their rights and responsibilities.
  • CLEO builds the capacity of legal and community workers to create and use effective public legal education (PLE).
  • CLEO is a leader in the movement to improve meaningful access to justice in Ontario.

Consumer Resources:

http://www.cleo.on.ca/en/resources-and-publications/resources-topic and http://yourlegalrights.on.ca/


Your Legal Rights


A project of CLEO, Your Legal Rights is a website of legal information for people in Ontario. This site has free, practical, and easy-to-find legal information produced by hundreds of organizations across Ontario.


Guide to Preparing for Family Law Trial



This website intended to help you represent yourself in a family law trial at the Ontario Court of Justice.  Please be aware that this is basic information.  It is not legal advice and it does not cover every situation that may come up in your trial.


Family Law Education for Women (FLEW)


Plain language legal information on women’s rights under Ontario family law is available in 14 languages and in multiple formats.


  1. Alternative Dispute Resolution and Family Law
  2. Child Protection and Family Law
  3. Child Support
  4. Criminal and Family Law
  5. Child Custody and Access
  6. Domestic Contracts
  7. Family Law Arbitration
  8. Family Law Issues for Immigrant, Refugee and Non-Status Women
  9. Finding Help with your Family Law Problem
  10. How Property is Divided in Family Law
  11. Marriage and Divorce
  12. Spousal Support


FLIC – Family Law Information Centres


Information and referrals.


Law Foundation of Ontario


The LFO advances its vision for a truly accessible justice system.

20 Queen Street West, Suite 3002 Toronto, ON M5H 3R3

Phone: 416-598-1550


Law Help Ontario


Legal resource centres at the Ottawa and Toronto courthouses exclusively for civil cases.


The Law Society of Upper Canada


The Law Society regulates Ontario lawyers and paralegal licensees in the public interest.

Osgoode Hall, 130 Queen Street West Toronto, ON M5H 2N6

Phone: 416-947-3300


Legal Aid Ontario


Gives low-income people access to a range of legal services tailored to meet their legal needs.

Phone: 416-979-1446

Toll Free: 1-800-668-8258

Legal Aid Ontario


Ontario Legal Services


Proceeding in the Small Claims Court under the Provincial Offences Act in the Ontario Court of Justice; proceeding under the Criminal Code before a summary conviction court; proceedings before tribunals established by the federal or provincial governments .

2179 Danforth Ave Toronto, ON M4C 1K4

Phone: 416-690-3910


Pro Bono Law Ontario


A charity founded in 2001 to bridge the justice gap between lawyers who want to give back and the many Ontarians who can’t afford legal services and have a legal problem not covered by government funding. PBLO creates and manage programs that connect these lawyer volunteers with low-income Ontarians–either directly or in partnership with charitable organizations working in the local community.

260 Adelaide Street East, PO Box 102 Toronto ON M5A 1N1

Phone: 416-977-4448


Family Finance Solutions


Providing Financial Divorce and Retirement Planning Solutions to Families in York Region and the City of Toronto


Your Legal Rights



Ontario Women’s Justice Network (OWJN- Ontario Justice Education Network- A METRAC program)


OJEN/ROEJ is a group of educators and justice-sector volunteers who work together to deliver programs that help youth learn how to navigate the legal system in their everyday lives.


Court House Information in Ontario

List of Court house locations in Ontario available at: http://www.attorneygeneral.jus.gov.on.ca/english/courts/Court_Addresses/

Court Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30 am – 5.00 pm.

A satellite court provides selected and limited court services in conjunction with a main court office. Please contact the satellite court office for hours of operation.

Many of our courthouses have accessibility features for people with disabilities. When you select a courthouse, you will see a list of its accessibility features, as well as the contact information for the courthouse’s Accessibility Coordinator. If you have any questions about the courthouse’s accessibility features, or if you need accessible court services, please contact the Accessibility Coordinator.

Court address information is also available as a fully accessible text-only list.

Looking for information about your upcoming court appearance? Access daily court lists here. (Please note: Online court lists for weekend bail courts are not available at this time.)

Please visit the municipal Provincial Offences Court contact page for more information about finding a municipal court location near you.


Metric Action Against Violence


Child Custody, Access and support Legal Information workshop kit http://www.metrac.org/resources/child-custody-access-and-support-legal-information-workshop-kit/

These resources are available as a Free Download:

Child Custody, Access and Support workshop (PDF, 550 KB)

Child Custody and Access brochure (PDF, 519 KB)

Family Law brochure (PDF, 442 KB)

Child Support brochure (PDF, 447 KB)

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