#1: Uncontested or Contested Divorce?
Identifying whether or not the divorce is going to be contested or uncontested is the first step in determining how to proceed.
#2: Outlining and Drafting an Agreement
You will want to have your conditions of the divorce outlined and drafted before serving any paperwork to the other party.
#3: Negotiating, Mediating, & Agreeing
Coming to an agreement is the next step. Hopefully this can be done quickly. A divorce lawyer is a great resource in this step.
#4: Filing Paperwork With The Court
Getting the paperwork filed with the court is very important. The review may take some time so don’t expect results immediately.
Most of the divorce process can be followed without the help of a family lawyer, no matter where you are in Canada. It is simply a matter of understanding the process. That being said, while the process can be fairly straight forward, there are a lot of small details to work out and things can quickly become more complicated depending on the complexity and length of the marriage.
Divorce Doesn’t Have To Be Expensive
When it comes to filing for divorce, many people immediately think about how expensive it could be. For some people, this could be very true depending on financial income and stability of one spouse compared to another. The fact is, the process is relatively simple in general, it is when disagreements arise that can complicate and slow down the divorce process, not to mention make it more expensive. The lawyer time of is not what comes out to be the most costly, and therefore if one can be used to quickly speed the process along and act as a mediator to come to a solution, then a lot of money can actually be saved.
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