MyLawBC is fast approaching. In a few months, the site will throw open its doors and start helping people from all across BC. In the lead-up to the launch, we’d like to give you a closer look at what you can expect from MyLawBC, starting with an overview of the site’s structure and how users will navigate the site:
You can see there are seven guided pathways users can go through, and that the pathways fall into four categories — family violence, family (separation and divorce), foreclosure, and wills and personal planning. Each pathway will take you to a unique endpoint depending on your particular situation. An endpoint is a customized Web page (that you can download or print) that will set out your next practical steps and provide useful resources. The family endpoints also lead to the dialogue tool, an online negotiation platform you and your partner can use to work through the details of a separation or divorce. There is also a publications section where you can download public legal education and information materials or order print copies to be delivered to your home or office for free.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be exploring each of these sections in more detail.