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Ontario Divorce Kit, 19th Edition

Ontario Divorce Kit, 19th Edition    
Format Softcover + forms + CD-ROM
Catalogue No. 978-1-77040-094-8
Language English only
Price $39.95

Written by David I. Botnick, LL.B.
Published by Self-Counsel Press, 2011.


With this kit, you can obtain your own divorce in Ontario and save hundreds of dollars in lawyers' fees. The Ontario Divorce Kit includes a printed guide and a CD-ROM with step-by-step instructions and all the necessary forms specific to the laws of Ontario. All the required forms, along with samples, are included both on paper and on CD-ROM, so you can choose what's easiest for you.

Use this Kit when:
  • Both parties want a divorce
  • At least one spouse has resided in Ontario for the last year
  • There are no disputes over child custody, property, or spousal support
Included in the Kit is a copy of Self-Counsel's Divorce Guide for Ontario, which should be read before you attempt to fill out the divorce forms.

Ontario Divorce Kit will lead you through the process, form-by-form, and answer questions you might have along the way. To fill out the forms, you will need to have read the Guide to understand:
  • Grounds for divorce
  • Separation and divorce tax aspects
  • Document preparation
  • Custody of children
  • Maintenance payments
The CD-ROM contains the following forms in MS Word and PDF formats:
  • Form 8 - Application (general)
  • Form 8A - Application (divorce)
  • Form 13 - Financial Statement (support claims)
  • Form 13.1 - Financial Statement (property and support claims)
  • Form 6 - Acknowledgment of Service
  • Form 6B - Affidavit of Service
  • Form 25A - Divorce Order
  • Form 36 - Affidavit for Divorce
  • Form 36A - Certificate of Clerk (divorce)
  • Form 36B - Certificate of Divorce
  • Support Deduction Order
  • Support Deduction Order Information Form
  • Glossary
System Requirements for the CD-ROM:
  • Microsoft Windows, Apple OSX, GNU/Linux, or Sun Solaris
  • Connection to the Internet
  • Web browser
  • Microsoft Word or compatible software
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Author David I. Botnick has been practising law for more than 20 years. He is currently a partner in a law office in northwest Toronto, where he practices largely in the areas of family law, wills and estates, real estate, and personal injury. His goal in his writing and in his practice is to make the law understandable and useful for everyone.

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This page last modified October 20, 2011

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