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Sometimes things don’t work out as planned and people have to untie the knot.

Divorce is perhaps one of the most difficult experiences that a person can go through.

Many people believe that divorce is long, messy and complicated. Even though this is a difficult period in your life, the divorce process itself can be stress-free, simple and relatively quick.

You should not have to deal with complex family law procedures and matters. We are here to assist you through this difficult stage and help you move on to the next chapter of your life.

  • Save Time.
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  • Reduce Stress.

 

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How The Divorce Process Works:

Taman Singh Law is committed to changing the divorce process to help you reduce stress, save money and time. We are committed Our goal is to help you move on to the next chapter of your life as easy and fast as possible.

We process your entire Uncontested Divorce from start to finish.

  • Step 1: Contact us now by calling us at +1 647 360 1141 or via email at taman@tamansinghlaw.com or book your consultation here.
  • Step 2: After your consultation, you will receive information about the divorce process, will be sent a retainer agreement and instructions for the retainer amount.
  • Step 3: We will prepare your Divorce Application and start your Divorce proceeding in the Superior Court.
  • Step 4: We will serve your partner with a copy of the court-stamped Divorce Application and prepare the Affidavit of Service.
  • Step 5: Once your partner is served and the required period has passed, we will commission your Affidavit for Divorce and prepare the document for Court.
  • Step 6: We will prepare the remaining Court documents and set-down your Divorce in the Superior Court.
  • Step 7: An Ontario Superior Court Judge will review all documents and decide whether to grant a Divorce Order.
  • Step 8: The Divorce will take effect 31 days after a Divorce Order has been granted. You are now legally divorced in Ontario.

Note: You can now sign and swear all required Divorce documents from your home! We use document signing and virtual meeting software to make your life as easy as possible!

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    FAQ'S

    The three most major grounds for which you can file for Divorce are:

    1)cruelty 2)adultery 3) separation.

    Separation account for the vast majority of divorce cases. Ex partners must have lived separate and apart for at least 12 months.

    Remember that even if two people live in the same residence, they might still be considered separated.

    Note, you don’t have to wait until you’ve been apart for 12 months to apply for divorce in cases of adultery or cruelty.

    From the time you file your request with the court until the moment the divorce order is issued, the entire process takes between 2 and 6 months.
    (The divorce becomes effective 31 days after it is granted.)
    Please keep in mind that due to events without our control, we cannot guarantee how long the courts will take to finalise your divorce.
    As a result, it is advised that you do not plan any major events, such as a wedding until your divorce is finalised.

    You can use our Service and proceed with a simple divorce when you are claiming a divorce (and not support, custody or division of property).
    You will need to keep our lawyer or another family lawyer to proceed if you have any dispute over your case.

    In response to this question, we included the relevant portion of the Divorce Act (Canada.
    Our service is only available if you desire to divorce based on a one-year separation.

    ‘8. (1) On the application of one or both of these spouses, a court of competent
    jurisdiction may grant a divorce to the spouse or the wife for reasons of marriage
    breakdown.
    (2) Marriage dissolution happens only when:
    a. the spouses lived separately for at least a year before the divorce process and lived
    independently and separately at the start of the proceeding;
    b. since celebrating the marriage, the spouse against whom the divorce proceeding has been brought has
    i. Committed adultery, or
    ii. Treated the other wife in such a way that continued coexistence of the wives is
    intolerable.”

    Original certificate of marriage.
    It is necessary to have the original marriage certificate or a certified copy of the marriage registration.
    The certificate you received in the church will not be accepted by the Provincial Court’s divorce register (or anywhere you were married).
    If you were married outside of Canada or the United States, you must apply for an original marriage certificate or a certified copy of the marriage register from the country’s
    the equivalent of vital statistics.
    If your marriage certificate isn’t in English, you’ll need to get it translated.
    For the translation of a marriage certificate, each province has its standards.
    Please contact us for additional details.

    Separation from your partner or court order (if any).
    If you have a separation agreement, court orders, or other written arrangement setting out your separation details and/or any children from the marriage, you may be needed to supply us with a copy.
    This will assist us in preparing divorce documents for you.
    Please do not send the original to us.
    You will need your divorce certificate if you were previously married and divorced.

    You will not be required to appear in court at any point during your case.
    Our divorce cost is included in the entire process.
    This means we’ll make the necessary trips to the court to file documents and correspond.

    To answer that query, we provided the relevant passages of the Divorce Act (Canada).
    Section 11(1)(b) of the Divorce Act (Canada) states,
    In the case of divorce, the court must show that any child support for the marriage was
    reasonably arranged, taking into consideration the appropriate rules, and, if such arrangements are not made, the divorce must stay until such arrangements are made.
    Section 2(1) defines a “child of the marriage” as:
    “Child of marriage” refers to the children of two spouses or previous wives who were
    married at the time of the maternal marriage and who are:
    (a) Have not withdrawn or are under the age of majority.
    (b) Those who are responsible for themselves but are unable to leave their jobs or get the basics of life due to disease, disability, or other reasons.

    Section 2(1) also defines “age of majority” as:
    In the case of a child, “age of majority” refers to the age of majority as defined by the laws of the province where the child generally resides, or eighteen years of age if the child
    ordinarily resides outside of Canada.
    All of this suggests that there is a link between child support payments and the granting of a divorce.
    The amount of child support being paid must meet or above the applicable table amount set out in the Federal Child Support Guidelines in order for us to be able to assist you.
    We’ll also need copies of any recent (within the last year) written agreements or court rulings outlining your plans.

    While a separation agreement is not required, it is usually preferable if you and your spouse can agree on how to resolve your differences. Taking these matters to court can be extremely costly and time-consuming. You can avoid the stress of legal proceedings by signing a separation agreement. A divorce application is frequently accompanied by a separation agreement. While filing for divorce before signing a separation agreement is feasible, it is uncommon unless there are no assets or children. The separation agreement contains all of the decisions you and your spouse have made, whether by consent or by court order.
    Property division, spousal support, child support, and parenting will all be addressed in the separation agreement.

    By Mail: Serving your spouse via normal mail is included at no additional cost.
    To make this approach work, your spouse must sign and return the Acknowledgement of Service form that is enclosed.
    Your spouse must be served in person if he or she does not sign and return the Acknowledgement of Service form (see below).

    In-Person: If your spouse refuses to be served by mail (or if you prefer not to be served by mail), you must serve him or her in person.
    If you are served in person, your spouse is not required to sign anything.
    The individual who serves your spouse with the papers must swear an affidavit of service saying that he or she did so.
    You are not permitted to serve your spouse.
    You can delegate the task to a friend or family member.
    You must pay for a professional process server to serve your spouse if you require one.

    The “Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters,” commonly known as the “Hague Convention” and “Hague Service,” requires service of documents outside of Canada to be made under the “Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters,” commonly known as the “Hague Convention” and “Hague Service.”
    *Note that the Convention does not apply to all countries.
    Afghanistan, Cuba, Iran, Jamaica, the Philippines, and the majority of African and Middle Eastern countries are notable outliers.

    Timing: You should anticipate that a Hague Convention divorce in Ontario will take substantially longer than a non-Hague Service divorce in Ontario.

    Generally, your spouse will either need to sign the divorce documents or be “served”. The divorce documents can be served on your spouse at home, at work or any other place. If you cannot locate your spouse, you will need to show the Court that you have tried to locate your spouse. You might first try searching on the internet at such sites as www.canada411.com or www.yellowpages.ca. You could also try contacting any friends or family members of your spouse. You might also want to contact a skip tracing service (look in your phone book or search the Web for one near you). If you still cannot locate your spouse, you may need to talk to a lawyer about your available options.
    You must have your spouse’s current address to use our service.