Divorce refers to the dissolution of a marriage. The Divorce Act outlines the general rules for divorce in Canada. In the Act, there are three grounds for divorce in Canada; adultery, cruelty and separation of at least one year.
If you are looking for legal help, then contact a divorce lawyer or law firm in your area.
Many lawyers specializing in divorce are listed on Canadian-lawyers.ca, covering most provinces such as Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba.
In the Maritime provinces, divorce lawyers and law firms can be found in New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia.
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