JuridiQC is an online service created by the Société québécoise d’information juridique (SOQUIJ) and financed by Quebec’s Ministère de la Justice. This is one of the initiatives outlined in A Plan to Modernize the Justice System, which seeks to make justice more accessible and efficient.
JuridiQC keeps you up to date
You have access to:
- Reliable and easy-to-understand legal and psychosocial information;
- Carefully selected articles to learn more about various topics;
- A directory of organizations, associations and professionals that can help.
JuridiQC guides you through the process
Ready to begin?
If you’re planning on getting a divorce, the Joint Divorce Help Tool allows you to put together your own joint divorce file. By answering one online questionnaire, the tool guides you step-by-step, from the preparation of your documents to their filing at the courthouse.
An online service in constant evolution
JuridiQC is constantly evolving as topics and features are added regularly.
JuridiQC currently deals with separation, divorce, seniors experiencing a loss of autonomy, and tenants’ rights.
We will soon be addressing other topics in response to your needs.
Addressing your everyday concerns
We’re interested in everyday situations about which you have questions and may need to take legal action: signing a lease, requesting repairs from a landlord, separating, getting a divorce, communicating with an ex, supporting elderly parents, and helping a spouse who is experiencing a loss of autonomy.
To decide which topics to address on JuridiQC, we’ll ask for input from members of various communities (professional orders, Community Justice Centres, legal clinics, legal professionals, community organizations, etc.).
And most importantly, we’ll also regularly consult ordinary citizens – that means you, the tool’s target audience – to understand your concerns, confirm future topics, and make sure that the information we’ve provided is clear and relevant We’ll also make sure to provide you with the most intuitive browsing experience possible.
Carefully selected articles
In addition to the information on our webpages, we’ll suggest a selection of related articles from reliable sources such as the government of Québec, the government of Canada, the Tribunal administratif du logement, Éducaloi, L’Appui, Quebec’s professional orders, etc.
Please note, however, that each of these sources is responsible for ensuring that the information it publishes is valid and up to date.
If you have trouble browsing on JuridiQC, consulting a document, or understanding any information, please contact us.
Help us improve JuridiQC
We’ll regularly consult citizens for their input through questionnaires, interviews, and user tests.
If you’d like to participate in the various activities, subscribe to JuridiQC’s Facebook page where you’ll find invitations to contribute.
Tell us what you think
You can leave us a comment at any time. Feel free to use the dialogue box at the bottom of every information page.
Your feedback will help us improve the website.
The information and solutions available on JuridiQC might not fully meet your needs. Information could be missing, incomplete, or even inaccurate. You might have trouble completing a document. Feel free to let us know.
More about SOQUIJ
JuridiQC is created by the Société québécoise d’information juridique.
For over 40 years, SOQUIJ has been helping professionals from all areas carry out their legal research as well as the general public access and understand the law.
With JuridiQC, SOQUIJ helps to simply justice for all Quebecers thanks to a single, simple, and personalized digital solution.
We’re using technology to facilitate access to justice.
This project is financed by Quebec’s Ministère de la Justice as part of A Plan to Modernize the Justice System.
JuridiQC is the collaborative effort of many partners: