Simple Divorce Lawyer Toronto

Two types of applications for a simple divorce

DivorceGo specializes in handling your complete divorce proceedings. A “simple divorce” refers to cases where both parties have reached an agreement on all divorce terms, seeking only a formal legal dissolution of marriage from the court. In such cases, issues like spousal and child support, custody, and property division are already resolved and not part of the simple divorce process. If you require court intervention for these matters, a standard divorce proceeding may be necessary. To initiate the simple divorce process, you should first schedule a complimentary consultation with our Toronto family and divorce lawyer. During the meeting, we will guide you through the available divorce options and share essential details about the divorce procedure in Ontario, to help you make decision in the separation process.

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Should you get a Sole or Joint Divorce?

Sole Divorce in Toronto

When you and your spouse both agree to get divorced in Toronto, there are two ways to do it. The first way is called a “sole divorce” In this type of divorce, one of you goes to court and files for divorce. After the court approves the application, it gets given to the other spouse. That spouse has 30 days to say if they don’t want the divorce or if they want to ask for things like support, custody, or dividing property. If the other spouse doesn’t say anything within 30 days, the divorce goes through without any problems in court.

Joint Divorce in Toronto

The second way to get divorced is by doing a “Joint divorce”. If both you and your spouse agree and are willing to sign the divorce papers together, Ontario lets you do this. It means you don’t have to give the papers to your spouse, which can save time and money. A joint divorce can be more straightforward because you don’t have to serve the papers to your spouse. Some courts might even process a joint application faster than a sole one. If you want to know more, you can contact our law firm and talk to our Family Lawyer to see what’s best for you.

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