Info-Separation is a starting point for people who are separating and who wish to be guided and helped in their process. Together, will be able to clarify the legal aspects of your separation to help you better consider what’s next.
Want to learn more about your rights and obligations in the comfort of your living room? This is possible with our information sessions which will give you information on many subjects.
Our services are free. They are offered to citizens of many regions.
To benefit from our services and to learn about our activities and various information sessions, visit your local Center’s page :
Our personalized legal information service offers you information on your rights and obligations to help you understand the various legal realities that you may face in your daily life and react to them in an informed manner. Our lawyers or notary are there to listen to you, to provide you with clear information related to your situation and to support you in your legal needs. All of our services are free and confidential.
BETTER UNDERSTAND YOUR SITUATION, KNOW WHERE TO START AND TO WHERE TO GO
When you are in a difficult situation, it can be difficult to find your way around. In addition to giving you the legal information you need, our lawyers or notary will be able to help you establish your legal needs and to explain you the options available to you. They can also refer you to the various resources available that are likely to meet your needs. All of our services are free and confidential.
Info-Separation is a starting point for people who are separating and who wish to be guided in their process. The service is free and available everywhere in Quebec. Individual consultations are offered by either a lawyer or a notary who, with you, will be able to clarify the legal aspects of your separation to help you better consider what’s next. Whether you have children or not, you can use this service at any time in your separation process. This service is also available if you are already separated but still have legal issues you would wish to discuss.
The Info-Small Claims Case service is offered to all persons whose case is contested at the Small Claims Division since May 13, 2021. Its goal is to provide people with information, support and guidance about the legal dimensions of their conflict and the procedures related to the Small Claims Division. This service will also give you the opportunity to consider and, if desired, prepare for mediation.
The Centers offer free workshops and information sessions in their offices, on a variety of subjects of a legal nature that you may face in everyday life.
The Centers provide you with information about your rights and obligations through chronicles and columns published and broadcasted in various media, such as local newspapers, the television and the radio.
The Centers offer the organizations located in their regions to come to their offices to give free information sessions or workshops to their employees, members or users, on specific legal topics.