What is the Mandatory Information Program in my family court case?

4. Go to your MIP session

In the first hour a lawyer and a family or mental health professional provide basic information on:

  • family law
  • the court process
  • the alternatives to court, such as

Sometimes this takes a bit longer than 1 hour.

In the second hour, they talk about family law that relates to children and how you can help your children cope as you and your partner separate. You also learn about community resources that can help you and your family through this process.

After you have attended the MIP session, your notice will be signed to confirm your attendance. And, you will get a certificate of completion.

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