Sample Affidavits and Letters for Children 

This page contains links to some sample letters and affidavits which were prepared for use by mature children.  The samples found here are copies of actual documents that were submitted to court in real court cases.  Names and other information were removed which could identify children or their families.

This section is new for the spring of 2006 and will be expanded to include a wide assortment of sample affidavits and letters for children as possible.  If you are a child involved in your parent's divorce and/or separation or should you be in the care or supervision of a child welfare protection agency and would like help to have an affidavit or letter prepared for your family's court case then please send a request to us by e mail at info@canadacourtwatch.comIt is always advisable to have other persons other than your parents help you with writing an affidavit or letter so that the courts will not blame your parents for making you do it.   You should always send copies of letters to Court Watch as we are accumulating letters as evidence of widespread abuse of children by the court system.  Each letter we collect will help us in our objective to make the court and child protection systems more accountable.

Remember - never allow a children's lawyer or anyone else to attend court on your behalf unless you are present in court to see what was said by your lawyer or your lawyer provides you with transcripts of what was said in the court when the court is finished.  You have the right to be informed!

Sample affidavit for the court by a child 1 (click here)

This is a sample affidavit from a child in Ontario to the courts. In this affidavit the child describes being abused by his mother and tells the court that he wishes to live with her father.

Sample affidavit for the court by a child 2 (click here)

This is a sample affidavit from a child in Ontario to the courts. In this affidavit the child describes being abused by his mother and tells the court that he wishes to live with her father.

 

Sample complaint letter about a lawyer to the Law Society (to be added)

This sample letter will show a child how to file a complaint with the Law Society about poor service by his/her children's lawyer.

 

Sample letter to the Premier of Ontario (to be added)

This sample letter will show a child how to write a letter to the Premier of Ontario to let him/her know about poor service by children's lawyers or by CAS workers.

 

Sample letter to the Prime Minister of Canada (to be added)

This sample letter will show a child how to write a letter to the Prime Minister of Canada about how the court system has failed you and your family.

 

Sample letter to the Ombudsman of Ontario regarding the Children's Lawyer's office (to be added)

This sample letter will show a child how to write a letter to the Ombudsman of Ontario to complain about about poor service by Ontario children's lawyer office (OCL).