Edmonton Divorce Lawyer Near Me
Going through a divorce can be a high stress situation for many individuals. A divorce can be really complicated or straightforward depending on the specific factors of the couple.
Contact divorce lawyer Puneet Bhardwaj to assist you in your matter. Divorce is complicated, messy, and emotional – having an experienced professional on your side can help you feel less alone while reducing stress and anxiety about the process. Together we can guide you through the process effectively and efficiently. As a divorce lawyer our team has a wide range of experience from amicable uncontested divorces to high conflict contested divorces which require litigation.
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Divorce Law FAQ
What Are Grounds For Seeking Divorce In Canada?
In Canada, the grounds for seeking a divorce are
- The parties are now separated and have been separated for at least one (1) year at the determination of the divorce proceeding
- The individual seeking a divorce claims that the other has since the celebration of the marriage, committed adultery
- The individual seeking a divorce claims the other has since the celebration of the marriage, treated the Plaintiff with physical or mental cruelty of such kind as to render intolerable the continued cohabitation of the spouses.
The most common ground for seeking and filing for divorce is #1. Therefore, in Canada, you do not need to provide any proof or reason as to why you want to separate and divorce.
How Does The Process Work?
The Statement of Claim will also set out your requests for child support, parenting and custody if you have children and spousal support. At the end of the Statement of Claim it asks for the “Remedy Sought in the Divorce” with many options to check mark off on such as a “divorce judgement”, “custody”, “access or parenting arrangements” “retroactive child support”. It is important that you know what you are entitled to seek when filing your Statement of Claim for Divorce.
Will I Have To Go To Court?
Not all divorce proceedings require going to court. However, some high conflict contested divorces due require litigation.
Why Should I Work With A Divorce Lawyer?
Getting legal advice from a divorce lawyer will assist you in requesting the maximum of your entitlements and protecting your rights along the way.
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