- An order for divorce allows you to remarry.
- In Canada, an order for divorce does not resolve family property division issues. If you have property issues to settle, you can reach mutually agreeable terms of a Separation Agreement through the Collaborative Process.
- An order for divorce may be obtained without either person having to appear in court, but only if the grounds for divorce are separation of at least one year.
- A divorce proceeding in British Columbia can be started upon separation - that is, you can start the divorce, but you cannot get the final divorce order until you have been separated for at least a year.
- An order for divorce can be made without requiring your attendance in court only if there are not outstanding issues relating to child support. If you still have child support issues to resolve, you can reach the terms of a Separation Agreement through the collaborative process and then proceed to a no court divorce.
- Resolution Place Lawyers in Nelson provides a reasonable flat rate legal fee for a no court divorce anywhere in the Province of British Columbia. Contact Resolution Place Lawyers at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (250) 354-1881
- Learn more about No Court Divorce processes at NoCourt.ca
Sunday, April 29, 2007
The Collaborative Law Group of Nelson is an association of independent lawyers, mediators and other helping professionals who offer a no court alternative for dispute resolution, including separation and divorce, to the residents of the Kootenays in British Columbia. Visit our web site to learn more about the Collaborative Law Group of Nelson