When a relationship breaks down, it can be an extremely difficult time both emotionally and financially. There are a number of issues that must be dealt with before a couple may separate and be legally divorced.
Grounds for Divorce
To obtain a divorce in BC, you must meet the following requirements:
- Establish that you are legally married
- At least one spouse has lived in BC for at least a year
- Establish that the marriage has broken down. This can be established in one of three ways:
- You and your spouse have been living separate and apart for at least one year
- Physical or mental cruelty
Depending on your unique circumstances, we can help you apply for an uncontested or Desk Order BC Divorce. However, if you and spouse are unable to agree to the terms of your divorce, we can help with the court litigation process to resolve your family law issues.
Family law agreements are a cost-effective alternative to the litigation route to resolve family law disputes. The parties have the liberty to craft unique solutions for their particular circumstances and needs.
Optimize your separation and divorce outcomes both financially and emotionally by engaging Invicta Law Corporation early on in the commencement or ending of your spousal relationship. We provide services in Family Law, including: Cohabitation, marriage (prenuptial), and property agreements.Separation and divorceChild custody, guardianship, and parenting arrangements.Child support and spousal support.Property division and debt resolution.Negotiation, mediation,…
Child support is the amount of money to be paid for the support of the child or children. In general, if one guardian or parent has sole guardianship/custody of a child, the other parent or guardian will be obligated to pay full child support.