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Parenting After Separation (PAS)

As of November 1, 2019, in-person PAS sessions are no longer provided. Please register for the online course.


Register for Online PAS

Parenting after separation courses are free online courses that help parents make careful and informed decisions about their separation which ensures decisions are in the best interests of their children. The courses help parents and other family members who are dealing with family issues including guardianship, parenting arrangements, contact, child support and spousal support.

The program is mandatory for separating parents in some BC communities. Topics include:

  • The impact of separation on you and your children
  • How to help your family adjust to change
  • Strategies to help your family adjust to change
  • Effective ways for you and your children’s other parent to communicate
  • How to keep your children out of the middle of conflict, and
  • Options for resolving family disputes, including mediation, counseling and the court process

Course content helps parents make positive decisions about the way they resolve their parenting issues after separation. 

You can choose to take Parenting After Separation orParenting After Separation for Indigenous Families .

For those seeking more help with financial matters, Parenting After Separation: Finances is available.

For more information about the Parenting After Separation program, contact the Family Justice Centre in your area.

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Parenting After Separation - Finances

Parenting After Separation is well-complemented by our Parenting After Separation Finances program.