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I don't see your province here. Can you please let me know your province?
Unfortunately, you are correct. All of the documents that your son wishes the court to see must be provided to the other parent and then filed with proof of service at the court. It is not sufficient for him to bring any document to court at the hearing date.
Your son need to gather all documentation that he wants to be considered and if this is hearing using affidavits he needs to attach them as exhibits to his affidavit.
If this is a hearing where he is going to be testifying live he just serves the documents and then files them with the court.
If he is doing a brief they would be included in the brief.
An Affidavit is a sworn statement and he has to write it or have a lawyer write it.
He would serve the documents on the mother or her lawyer if there is one.
A brief is a complicated legal document that puts together the pleadings, discusses the issues etc. It is not something that can be explained over this site.
Has he tried to get help here?https://albertacourts.ca/resolution-and-court-administration-serv/family-justice-services/locations