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Untie the Knot can help you obtain your own uncontested divorce, without the high cost of a lawyer. Our selection of affordable divorce options is designed to make your divorce efficient, stress free and finished in the shortest time possible. Our divorce package comes with straightforward, easy to follow instructions and the support of our team of divorce specialists.
Completed Alberta divorce documents.
Clear instructions with no legal jargon.
Helpful and friendly support to ensure the divorce process runs smoothly.
Unlimited telephone and email support.
Our low fee of $XX.XX plus G.S.T. and Alberta’s Provincial Court filing fee of $260.00.
Optional add-ons can be found in our Alberta Divorce Package.
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Previously started the divorce process? Contact one of our Divorce Specialists to ensure you qualify for our services as you can only have one court file that pertains to a divorce action.
Before using our Alberta divorce service, please make sure that you meet the following requirements:
Separated for One Year. Your divorce must be on the grounds of a one-year separation. You may start the divorce proceeding at any time after separation; however, you cannot apply for the divorce order until you have been separated for at least one year. Due to the complex and time-consuming nature of obtaining a divorce in Alberta on the basis of adultery or cruelty, we recommend you consult with a family lawyer before proceeding on these grounds.
One Year Residency. You or your spouse must have resided in Alberta for at least one year prior to commencing your divorce proceeding and you or your spouse must continue to reside in Alberta for the duration of the divorce.
Uncontested Divorce. You and your spouse must agree to a divorce OR you expect the divorce to be uncontested. If at any time the divorce proceeding becomes contested, you may want to discuss your options with a family lawyer.
Location of Spouse. You must know the whereabouts of your spouse.
Children of Marriage. If there are children of the marriage, all issues with respect to custody and child support have been resolved between you and your spouse. Child support must meet the Federal Child Support Guidelines.
Agreement on Division of Assets. You have resolved or plan to resolve any issues with respect to division of family assets and spousal support. If you have not yet resolved these issues, it is strongly recommended that you obtain legal advice as you may be precluded from seeking such relief at a later date.
Original Marriage Certificate. You will need your original Certificate of Marriage or certified copy of the Marriage Registration. The ceremonial certificate you received on the day of your marriage will not be accepted by the provincial court's divorce registry. You can obtain your Certificate of Marriage from VitalCertificates.ca if married in Canada or from USVitalRecords.org if married in the United States.
If you were married outside of Canada or the United States, you need to apply for your original Certificate of Marriage or certified copy of the Marriage Registration from the equivalent of Vital Statistics in that country.
If your Certificate of Marriage is not in English, you will need to have it translated. Each province has its own requirements for how the Certificate of Marriage is to be translated. Contact us for more information.