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Contested Divorce Packages in Alberta

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Contested Divorce in AlbertaPretty self-explanatory really, but a contested divorce is the opposite of the above, where one of the parties, whether it’s you or your spouse disagrees with some or all problems related to the marriage that have been cited while filing for divorce. Financial assets, spousal support and children are often involved and, as you can imagine, it makes the whole process more difficult and complicated.

In the event of a contested divorce, both parties need to file documents highlighting their views on the problems at hand.

We can help in this scenario with our Contested Divorce FLAT FEE package.

Contested Divorce –  How it Works

If you do not feel you can go on being married to your spouse and wish to file for divorce, we can help you. A step by step guide to how this works with regards to a Contested Divorce is outlined below.

Step 1: File what is known as a Statement of Claim to the Court of King’s Bench Clerk

Step 2: Serve your Statement of Claim for your divorce to your spouse in order to notify them you are taking divorce action.

Step 3: The Court will issue the order for the divorce

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