Ontario Court Forms

Ontario Court Forms
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Ontario Court Forms including the Small Claims Forms and Family Court Forms available online

Ontario Court Forms

You can print and save your forms and take them to the courthouse to be filed.

You have to keep in mind that the courthouse staff does not provide you with legal advice. You may wish to speak with a lawyer for advice about your case and for help in completing the court forms. If you do not have a lawyer, you can contact the Law Society of Upper Canada’s lawyer referral service to obtain the name of a lawyer in your area who will provide you with a free consultation of up to 30 minutes. You can reach the lawyer referral service by calling 1-800-268-8326 or 416-947-3330 (within the Greater Toronto Area).

Please click on the links below to access electronic court forms for Family, Civil and Small Claims Court proceedings in Ontario.

  • Family Law Rules Forms
  • Rules of Civil Procedure Forms
  • Rules of the Small Claims Court Forms

Some Family and Small Claims Court forms can be completed using the Forms Assistant program.

Other Forms

Please click on the links below to view forms prescribed under the Juries Act, Evidence Act, Provincial Offences Act, Criminal Rules of the Ontario Court of Justice, Criminal Proceedings Rules of the Superior Court of Justice and Children’s Law Reform Act, and forms used in the Integrated Domestic Violence Court (Toronto only).

  • Juries Act forms
  • Evidence Act forms
  • Provincial Offences Act forms
  • Criminal Rules of the Ontario Court of Justice forms
  • Criminal Rules of the Superior Court of Justice forms
  • Children’s Law Reform Act forms
  • Office of the Children’s Lawyer forms

Additional documents relating to the Family Law Rules, including: Formal Requirements for Continuing Records; self-help guides; flowcharts for motions to change final orders; tips on serving documents; restraining order forms; documents relating to applications for custody of and access to a child; and information about recent changes to the Family Law Rules.

Source: http://www.ontariocourtforms.on.ca/english/

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