Family Law Navigator

The Family Law Navigator provides wrap-around support for individuals at any stage of separation or divorce. The Navigator connects individuals with the resources they need. 

The Navigator is neutral, meaning that they do not take sides. As a family’s situation and needs change, the Navigator can continue to provide step-by-step support. 

What type of services will the Family Law Navigator provide?

First, the Navigator meets with individuals one-on-one to gather information about their needs. Then, depending on the situation, the Navigator provides: 

  • Information about programs and support services.
  • Referrals to appropriate services within and outside the Family Law Centre.
  • Collaboration with other services to provide wrap-around support for families.
  • Neutral assistance to help individuals experiencing family violence access out-of-court services. 
  • Continuing support as a family’s situation changes.

The Navigator does not provide:

  • Legal advice, including suggestions on what legal steps to take.
  • Assistance with court forms, including instructions on which forms to use or revision of forms.
  • Services that are provided by other programs (for example, child support guidance, parenting plan development, or safety plan support).

Is there a fee for this service?

There is no fee.

What resources may the Family Law Navigator refer me to?

The Family Law Navigator will refer you to services that may support you to navigate issues  such as parenting after separation, child support, family violence, and de-escalating conflict.

These resources include, but are not limited to:

Who do I contact about the Family Law Navigator?

Family Law Navigator’s Office
Family Law Centre (Charlottetown)
Phone: 902-213-4324



Published date: 
February 20, 2024
Justice and Public Safety

General Inquiries

Family Law Section
Honourable C.R. McQuaid Family Law Centre
1 Harbourside Access Road
Phone: 902-368-6940
Fax - 902-368-6934