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Divorce in Regina, SK

Divorce in Regina, SK

Divorce in Regina, SK

When your marriage ends you need to know you have the right people on your side. The team at Regina family lawyers can offer you an unparalleled support system and the legal guidance you need to bring your case to a good outcome.

Our lawyers are respectful, responsive, and knowledgeable. We’re here to protect your interests, to help you negotiate, and to present your case in court if necessary.

How long does a divorce take in Saskatchewan?

An uncontested divorce may take as little as three months. A highly contentious divorce may take anywhere from six months to eighteen months. Much depends on how well you and your spouse negotiate and whether or not the divorce goes into litigation.

This does not count the one year that you must be separated prior to filing for a divorce in Saskatchewan. In this province, you can only get an immediate divorce if you can prove abuse or adultery.

How do I File for Divorce in Regina, SK?

Once you have lived apart for at least a year you can file an application for divorce with the Court of Queen’s Bench. You will put a suggested settlement into the filing and you will serve your spouse.

If your spouse doesn’t answer, the divorce is uncontested and will proceed according to your terms. If your spouse does send in an answer then it will be time to start the negotiation process. If negotiations break down, the divorce may need to move into litigation.

How much does a Divorce Lawyer Cost in Saskatchewan?

It depends on how contentious your divorce is. A divorce could cost anywhere from a few thousand dollars to up to $25,000. When you retain a divorce lawyer you will receive a full explanation of their fee structure.

Filing fees at the Court of Queen’s Bench are $200.

How do I Prepare for a Divorce in Saskatchewan?

One of the best ways is to get all the paperwork describing your assets together so that you can bring them to your lawyer at your very first meeting. Get them all organized and in one place. That’s everything: debts, bank statements, real property, insurance policies, retirement accounts, cars, boats, and anything else you can think of that you own.

You should also bring your child’s medical and school records. All of this can be vital evidence if custody becomes an issue.

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Our team is standing to get you an appointment and to get you matched with your Regina divorce lawyer. Call (306) 791-2161 today.