Information about your rights and responsibilities in a separation or divorce, as well as services available to help you make decisions.
Saskatchewan residents can change their legal name after marriage, divorce, annulment, or the death of a spouse. You must contact Vital Statistics if you want to change your name for other reasons or to change the name of children or legal dependents.
Putting children and youth first protects these vulnerable members of society.
Find information on the guidelines for paying child support and how claimants and respondents may register child support orders or agreements with the Maintenance Enforcement Office.
Find information on how custody of children may be determined if parents cannot decide as well as supervised access or exchange services for children visiting non-custodial parents.
The Family Matters program aims to assist families through separation and divorce and provides general information on family law.
Find information on programs that help victims of interpersonal violence and abuse.
Order a copy of your certificate of divorce for reasons such as immigration, bank or pension splitting, or obtaining a marriage licence.
Find information on the Parenting After Separation and Divorce program for families dealing with a family breakdown.
Find information on Self-Help Kits, which are designed for individuals who wish to represent themselves in family court in a number of areas.