In most cases, an amicable divorce is obtained more quickly than a contested divorce. This is one of the advantages of an amicable divorce. Once the conditions for an amicable divorce have been fulfilled and the divorce proceedings filed, it takes 3 to 6 months for the court to render a divorce judgement (in the…

Learn about the rules and tips for choosing a marriage witness in Quebec. Choosing a civil marriage witness means allowing a loved one to play a leading role on the day of your civil marriage. However, there are a few rules to follow so that a loved one can act as a witness. Rules to…

In recent years, Google-type online reviews have been more and more influencing the choices consumers/customers make when choosing professionals, particularly a civil marriage celebrant, photographer or caterer. Customers are able to share their experiences to allow web users to compare service providers or products. Reviews can also allow companies to serve their customers better. While…

Religious marriage takes place within the context of a religion. Unlike some other countries, Quebec does not require having a civil marriage following a religious marriage in order to have it recognized. If the conditions for getting married are met, a religious marriage officiated by an authorized minister of religion has the same legal value…

A will is a legal document in which a person expresses their last wishes, including to designate the legal guardians of their minor children, distribution of their property and designation of a liquidator for the estate. There are different types of will and each type has its advantages and disadvantages. It is without a doubt…

To counter the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the government of Quebec has ordered all services and activities that are not a priority to be reduced to a minimum, starting Wednesday, March 25, until April 13, 2020. Legal services such as lawyers, bailiffs and notaries have been considered as priority services and appear on…

To celebrate your civil marriage, the celebrant notary will ask for several documents. These documents will allow her to make sure that you meet the conditions required to marry civilly. Documents required for a civil marriage Documents for the future spouses At the initial meeting with the civil marriage celebrant, each of the future spouses…

More and more future spouses are wondering if they should postpone or cancel their wedding because of the coronavirus (COVID-19). In Quebec, Premier François Legault strongly advises against family reunions, especially for funerals or weddings. Why are governments prohibiting weddings during the COVID-19 pandemic? Civil marriages and religious weddings are important family events, bringing together…

Since Wednesday, March 25, 2020, the services of notaries are on the list of priority services and activities. Subsequently, the Minister of Justice, Me Sonia Lebel, authorized notaries to receive notarial deeds remotely without physically meeting the parties using technological tools such as videoconferencing and electronic signatures via the ConsignO tool. These authorizations are not…

It is quite possible to divorce amicably whether you have children or are a childless couple. You must meet the necessary grounds for an amicable divorce that are provided for in the Divorce Act. If you have minor or dependent children, the process will have an additional step. Amicable divorce for a childless couple A…

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