Inventory of Government-Based Family Justice Services
Inter-Jurisdictional Support Orders Unit (Saskatchewan)
Type of service
The ISO Unit assists individuals in applying for child support or changes to child support where the other parent lives outside Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan has reciprocal agreements (two-way agreements) with all Canadian provinces and territories, the United States and many other countries. Through these agreements, Justice Departments and designated authorities in other provinces, territories or countries can establish, recognize and vary support orders in Saskatchewan, and Saskatchewan can do the same in those provinces, territories and countries.
Pilot or ongoing service
Ministry of Justice
How to access this service
For help or further information, telephone the Office at (306) 787-8961 or 787-7980 or 1-866-229-9712 (outside the Regina area).
Although the office is located in Regina, callers from anywhere in the province can access the service.
[ Service(s) offered ]
English. Other languages as required.
Governing legislation/legislative authority
The Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Act governs inter-jurisdictional applications to establish, recognize or vary support orders.
The Divorce Act contains its own reciprocal provisions for variation of a support order within Canada.
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