Courts in Saskatchewan face unique challenges trying to manage the spread of Covid-19 while maintaining necessary court services. Court users should be aware that there are specific rules that have been implemented in response to Covid-19. For the most up-to-date information for every level of court, visit the Saskatchewan Law Courts website.
There are different rules for the different courts in Saskatchewan. Understanding our court system and the role of judges and lawyers can help individuals deal with their legal issues.
Depending on the nature of your dispute or legal matter, our court system is designed to deal with a variety of issues. Rules and procedures vary from court to court.
Judges have a crucial role to play on our judicial system and must remain impartial. They must make decisions based only on the law and the evidence before the court.
Answers to all your questions about lawyers, from their qualifications to what to expect when working with them to information about billing and complaints.
Small Claims Court provides individuals with a simpler, less expensive option for settling disputes where the amount claimed is not more than $30,000.
Many matters can be heard in the Court of Queen's Bench, including more serious criminal code matters, civil suits, family law matters, wills and estates, and bankruptcy proceedings.
If you are involved in a civil case it is important to understand the rules of evidence and what to expect at different stages of the trial process.
PLEA's Safety Planning Tool is designed to help people dealing with violent relationships by providing them with strategies to increase their safety. By answering anonymous and confidential questions about their situation people can create a safety plan specific to their situation and their needs.