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The most common grounds, especially for an uncontested divorce, is “separation” which means living “separate and apart” for at least one year immediately before the court decision.In fact, 97% of New Brunswickers use separation as proof of marriage breakdown.
The basic cost of the divorce includes the $100 fee for filing the Divorce Petition, the $10 fee for the Clearance Certificate and the $7 fee for the Certificate of Divorce.Note: There are different rules when making an affidavit for an application or for a motion.See the guide Printing & Completing Forms Divorce Custody, Access and Support Changing an Order Interjurisdictional Support Orders Consent Order Court-Ordered Evaluations Support Program Family Law Forms for Saint John (only) For the Sake of the Children Register for the Program For the Sake of the Children (VIDEOS) Family Law Information Line Mediation ......................................................You must no longer perform any functions normally expected of a married couple such as eating and socializing together.This includes having separate bedrooms and not having sexual relations.Many people think they must get a court order to be “legally” separated. The law does not require you to have an agreement or a court order to be legally separated.
*For detailed information, please refer to No, it is possible for people to live in the same house or apartment and yet live separately if each person leads an independent life.
You must serve a copy of all the documents on the other parent at least 10 days before the court date.
This is a signed written statement of facts that MUST be witnessed by a Commissioner of Oaths.
If you are receiving assistance under the or from domestic legal aid, there is no filing fee for a divorce application.
Other costs may include hiring a lawyer for specific questions or tasks, paying for certified copies of birth and marriage certificates, purchasing pre-printed forms, photocopying of documents, hiring someone to serve documents, and fees for a Commissioner of Oaths.
This document starts the legal process to ask the court for custody, access and/or support.