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Canadian research institute studying cost of resolving family law disputes

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 @ 9:22 AM | By Amanda Jerome

The Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family (CRILF) and the Canadian Forum on Civil Justice are tackling a piece of the access to justice puzzle together by conducting a study on the cost of resolving family law disputes.

John-Paul Boyd, CRILF“Part of the whole access to justice inquiry has to involve the accessibility of different dispute resolution processes and their relative costs,” said John-Paul Boyd, executive director of the CRILF, adding that this often leads to questions about prioritizing funds.

“For example, we have...