Joint divorce

Can my husband and I file a joint divorce if we live in separate provinces. No assets and no children. Been apart for 3 years


Asked about 1 month ago in Fort mcmurray, Alberta
Categories: Family Law

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Ayesha Naaz

Answer by Ayesha Naaz

Not VerifiedAlberta lawyer

Hi, Thanks for your query. You can file separately as well and note the other party in default if the latter does not respond. The other party can also show that he or she is ordinarily resident in Alberta for all practical purposes and then a joint divorce can be filed here in Alberta. Let me know if you have further queries and I'll be more than glad to help. Thanks.

Posted about 1 month ago

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