Guide to Family Law and Divorce
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Guide to Family Law & Divorce

Custody - Access - Support - Child Support - Property Division - Paternity Testing

You Must Present A Certified Official Divorce Certificate As Proof of Any Divorce

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

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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.

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