Civil court cases

1. - General civil cases

A general civil case is any civil action that is not a family-related action, such as bankruptcy, probate matters and other claims involving money.

2. - Family cases

Family cases are cases involving family law-related issues, including child protection, divorce, separation, custody and access, division of property, support, and adoption, among others. The methodology used to classify family cases is based on all issues that have been identified in a case, over the length of the case. The following hierarchy in the classification has been applied in order to group family cases by issue into mutually exclusive categories: (1) divorce, (2) child protection, (3) access and/or custody and support, (4) access and/or custody, (5) support.

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