Here are some website links that can help you deal with various common family law issues.
Mediate BC Society (can help you find a mediator on a sliding scale fee arrangement, which you can locate here)
Ackerman, Marc. Does Wednesday Mean Mom's House or Dad's?: Parenting Together While Living Apart. New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc., 1996.
Amato, Paul, and Alan Booth. A Generation at Risk: Growing Up in an Era of Family Upheaval. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2000.
Antunes, Anne. Divorce: A New Beginning: 10 Guidelines for a Good Ending. Bloomington: Authorhouse, 2007.
Boyan, Susan Blyth, and Ann Marie Termini. Cooperative Parenting and Divorce: Shielding Your Child From Conflict. Kennshaw: Active Parenting Publishers, 1999.
Brownstone, Harvey. Tug of War: A Judge's Verdict on Separation, Custody Battles and the Bitter Realities of Family Court.Toronto: ECW Press, 2009.
Coates, Christine, and Robert LaCrosse. Learning From Divorce: How to Take Responsibility, Stop the Blame, and Move On. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003.
Emery, Robert. The Truth About Children and Divorce: Dealing With the Emotions so You and Your Children Can Thrive. New York: Plume, 2006.
Farrell, Warren. Father and Child Reunion: How to Bring the Dads We Need to the Children We Love. New York: Tarcher, 2001.
Gardner, Richard A. The Parental Alienation Syndrome: A Guide for Mental Health and Legal Professionals. March, 1998.
Hannibal, Mary Ellen. Good Parenting Through Divorce: The Essential Guidebook to Helping Your Children Adjust and Thrive. New York: Marlowe & Company, 2007.
Mercer, Diana and Marsha Kline Pruett. Your Divorce Advisor: A Lawyer and Psychologist Guide You Through the Legal and Emotional Landscape of Divorce. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2001.
Wallerstein, Judith S. and Kelly, Joan B. Surviving the Breakup: How Children and Parents Cope With Divorce. New York: Basic Books, 1996
The Access to Information Act (useful to obtain any police file that may exist)
Appeals Unlimited (useful resource if you are in the Court of Appeal)
Where to get your marriage certificate
Vital Statistics British Columbia (online form to obtain an original of your marriage certificate, if you don't have it)
Where to get tax information
Where to go to obtain information about real estate:
Where to go to find information about motor vehicles
Where to go to find information about companies
Where to go to find information about pensions
Where to go to find out where the money went
Where to go to find out about miscellaneous property
Where to go to find out information about debts
Where to go to find miscellaneous useful information
Places to go to get transcripts of recordings
Child, spousal support, date and other useful calculators
Support and counselling services
Places to go to find a nanny
Places to go to find a job
Translation services if English is not your first language
Resources for custody and access issues
Supervised access services
Drug and alcohol testing
s.211 report psychologists
Rehabilitation services if you are too sick or injured to work
Good places to go for post-divorce financial advice
Sites that can assist with the adoption process
Resources for same-sex marriage and divorce issues
Legal advice for seniors
Resources for Aboriginals
Where to go to get your name changed
Good real estate agents to help you buy a home after your divorce
Notaries I recommend to help you obtain a mortgage