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Need Proof of Divorce or a Canadian Marriage Certificate?

You must have a Divorce Certificate as proof of your Canadian divorce to remarry or divorce again
Divorced persons must produce the original copy of their Certificate of Divorce with seal to legally remarry.


Divorce certificate form Click hereClick here to get your Divorce Order or Certificate of Divorce

Consult a lawyer for legal advice on separating.   Find a lawyer referral service Click hereCanLaw's lawyer referral service will help you find a lawyer
Layperson's Guide to the Law on Marriage, Divorce, Separation, Custody, Access and Support on CanLaw

"Marriage is the first step on the road to divorce"
You must have an official proof of Divorce certificate
 

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You need a Travel Consent form Click here to get a Travel Consent Form to board a plane or leave the country.

Need proof of your Canadian Divorce?
Divorce certificate form Click here to get a Click here to get your Divorce Order or Certificate of Divorce


You will get back specific details on where to find a copy of your divorce decree or certificate. This service could save you hours of suffering through voice mail and being pointlessly transferred from one clerk to another.

You don't get a divorce certificate directly from this source, but you will get the details of the court file number and location of the court where the judgment was rendered.

With this, you will know exactly where to go to get the divorce certificate you need.


Yes, You Can Do Your Own
Uncontested, Undefended Divorce

Do your own uncontested divorce: Free Government Issued Divorce Court Forms

However, a separation agreement is definitely recommended.
Separation agreement kit Click here to get a Click here to see the CanLaw Separation Agreement


Click here to get a BC Divorce Kit BC Divorce Kit

Click here to get a Alberta Family Law kits Alberta Family Law kits

Click here to get a Saskatchewan Divorce Kits Saskatchewan Divorce Kits

Click here to get a Manitoba Divorce Forms Manitoba Divorce Forms

Click here Ontario Divorce FormsOntario Divorce Forms

Click here Quebec Joint Application for Divorce KitQuebec Joint Application for Divorce Kit

Click here to get a New Brunswick Do your own Divorce New Brunswick Do your own Divorce

Click here to get a Nova Scotia Divorce Kit Nova Scotia Divorce Kit

Click here to get a PEI Divorce Kits PEI Divorce Kits

Click here to get a Newfoundland Divorce forms  Newfoundland Divorce forms

Forms for Nunavut and Yukon are not listed here yet. If we find them we will add them to this list.


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Single Parent travelling alone with minor children?
You need a Travel Consent form Click here to get a Travel Consent Form to board a plane or leave the country.


     

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How and Where to Obtain your Canadian Marriage Certificates

Get proof of your Canadian Divorce
Divorce certificate form Click hereClick here to get your Divorce Order or Certificate of Divorce
You will need your original Certificate of Marriage or Certified Copy of your Registration of Marriage in order to apply for a divorce. The certificate you received at the church (or any other place you were married) will not be accepted by the Divorce Registry.
Birth, Death and Marriage Certificates

Need proof of your Canadian Divorce?
Divorce certificate form Click hereClick here to get your Divorce Order or Certificate of Divorce


To obtain a copy of a certificate, please contact the Vital Statistics Office of the province or territory in which the event occurred:

Please note that there is no central registry of births, deaths and marriages in Canada.

Pocket sized birth certificates cannot be legalized. The extended ('long form') birth certificate with full names of parents is required.

Single Parent travelling alone with minor children?

You need a Travel Consent form Click here to get a Travel Consent Form to board a plane or leave the country.


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