Ontario Simple Divorce Forms
A "simple" divorce is one in which you are asking a court for just the divorce - there are no children, and there are no outstanding issues concerning spousal support, properties, or debts.
In a simple divorce, it is possible to have just one spouse sign the divorce papers, and then send them to the other spouse once the court stamps them.
Better still, but not required, both spouses can sign the divorce papers.
For just $299, our "DIVORCEiQ" service provides you with correctly-filled divorce papers — immediately delivered to you by email. We also supply you with information on next steps - including getting the divorce papers notarized and filed in court.
A few things to keep in mind before you start:
Residency: The law says at least one of you must have been resident in Ontario for at least one year.
Eligibility: You can start a divorce at any time, but it won't be finalized until you have both lived separate and apart for at least one year.
Court Fee: Filing a divorce in an Ontario court costs $632. This is an extra expense you should budget for once you are ready to file your divorce papers in court.
Certificate: Have your Marriage Certificate (or foreign equivalent) ready. You will eventually need to submit a digital copy to the court. You get an exception if it is non-Canadian and you can't find or replace it.
Using the Service: If only one of you will sign the divorce papers, the person signing should go first. If you need to step away, click on the "Save" button. You can return later to finish.