Frequently Asked Questions about Divorce and Other Legal Family Matters
Below are answers to the most frequently asked questions about Divorce in Canada. Please remember that these answers are intended to provide you with general information in order to help you better understand the process of filing for a Divorce in Canada. However, each situation is unique and because of this it is always best to retain legal advice from a family law expert in your area to ensure that your rights are fully protected.
- Can I get a Divorce in Canada if I am not a Canadian Citizen or was not Married in Canada?
- Can I Get a Divorce Without Consent of My Spouse?
- Can the Terms of a Divorce be Changed?
- Common Law/Cohabitation Separation in Canada
- The Difference between Spousal Support and Child Support in Canada
- The Effects of a Divorce on Children
- Uncontested Divorce vs. Contested Divorce
- What is Arbitration?
- What is Collaborative Family Law?
- What is Divorce Mediation, or Family Law Mediation?
Latest Anonymous Questions
Posted in Anonymous Q & A, Children, Location, Montreal, Quebec by Questions on May 3, 2016
Hi, I’m a 17 years old guy and I accidently got my ex-girlfriend pregnant (if she is not lying). The problem is, we are not dating anymore and I cannot pay the child support. I don’t even work and my parents would probably kill me. So I spoke to her yesterday and she said: “Don’t […]
Posted in Divorce, Location, Ontario, Toronto Downtown Core by Questions on May 1, 2016
My spouse has been deliberately under-reporting income over the last few years in preparation for a divorce. How can I prove this, as my spouse does not want to pay spousal support?
Posted in Children, Location, Ontario, Scarborough by Questions on April 29, 2016
My ex stopped his child support cheque (it bounced). His lawyer is demanding (unreasonable) information about child and stopped the payments to extort that information. According to our separation agreement, my ex has to keep paying even if there are disagreements (there is conflict resolution process for it). How can I enforce the separation agreement?