List of Wedding and Bridal Shows in Quebec. Are you planning a wedding or civil union in the coming months or year? One of the first tasks you will need to carry out is to visit a wedding or bridal show. At the end of this article is a non-exhaustive list of Wedding and Bridal…

There are several different matrimonial regimes. Whether you are married under the regime of partnership of acquests, separation of property or community of property, it is entirely possible to change your matrimonial regime at any time, provided that both spouses agree. How to change your matrimonial regime You can change your matrimonial regime by making…

There are advantages to choosing a notary to celebrate your civil marriage. In Quebec, a civil marriage can be celebrated by a clerk or assistant clerk of the Superior Court designated to celebrate marriages and civil unions, a notary authorized to execute notarized deeds, a mayor, a member of the municipal or borough council, a…

Marriages celebrated abroad are recognized in Quebec to the extent that these marriages were celebrated in accordance with the laws of the countries where the celebration took place and that the marriage also respects the rules for marrying in Quebec. The celebration must also have complied with the laws of Quebec. These marriages may be registered…

Your marriage has been celebrated. Congratulations! Now do you want to know how to obtain your marriage certificate or a copy of your act of marriage? Here’s how to do it! At the time of your marriage ceremony, the notary celebrating civil marriages (or any other authorized officiant) gives you a copy of the Declaration…

I get a lot of calls from clients who want to know if I can officiate a marriage with a foreigner (when either spouse is a non-Canadian). In this short article, you will discover that it is quite possible to arrange a marriage with a foreigner in Quebec, as well as the documents that the…

Getting married at the Montreal Palais de Justice is one way that you can celebrate your civil marriage. There are many differences between a civil marriage celebrated by a notary, and especially by Mtre Mona Salehi, Notary and Civil Marriage Officiant in Montreal, and a civil marriage celebrated by a court clerk at the Montreal…

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