Marriage Separation and Divorce Quiz

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This quiz on marriage, separation and divorce in British Columbia is part of the Marriage Separation and Divorce Lesson Module in Law-Related ESL Lessons. The quiz is an opportunity for a learner to assess their understanding.

1

Family law deals with buying a car.

TRUE.
FALSE.

2

When you are married to or living with someone, family law says you are a “spouse”.

TRUE.
FALSE.

3

Once you are married to someone, you cannot legally end the marriage.

TRUE.
FALSE.

4

Canada recognises marriage certificates as proof of marriage.

TRUE.
FALSE.

5

Couples can make agreements at any time.

TRUE.
FALSE.

6

You need your spouse’s permission before you can apply for a divorce.

TRUE.
FALSE.

7

Choose one of the following words to complete the sentence. Use each word only once.

  • move
  • divorce
  • same
  • marriage-like
A

means you legally end a marriage.
A spouse is a person in a

-sex or opposite-sex relationship.
Spouses include people who live together in a

relationship for two years or more.
Couples can make agreements before they

in together.


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