Talk:How Do I Get Divorced?

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Same Sex Marriages and the Civil Marriage Act[edit]

Should the preamble in this article refer to the more rare circumstance where out-of-country spouses, who have no connection with Canada other than being married here under our same sex marriage laws, want a divorce?--Nate Russell (talk) 13:29, 28 October 2013 (PDT)

Registration of Divorce Proceedings[edit]

As of today, it now appears that the registries in at least New Westminster and Vancouver are directing filers to file their own Registration of Divorce Proceeding which previously were filed by registry counter staff. Members of the public now print them off and hand them in to the registry. Clients must use the computer to fill out the PDF form (no printing or handwriting), and then print it out to take to the registry. --Nate Russell (talk) 13:30, 28 October 2013 (PDT)

An introductory statement in legislation, an order or an agreement, usually describing the purpose of or facts behind the legislation, order or agreement. Preambles are normally used to provide a guide to the interpretation of the rest of the document. See "act" and "family law agreements."

The legal termination of a valid marriage by an order of a judge; the ending of a marital relationship and the conjugal obligations of each spouse to the other. See "conjugal rights," "marriage" and "marriage, validity of."

(1) A central office, located in each judicial district, at which the court files for each court proceeding in that district are maintained, and at which legal documents can be filed, searched, and reviewed, or (2) a courthouse.

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