We take a question-and-answer approach to preparing legal documents.  We believe that this approach helps to make the process as efficient and accurate as possible.   In this regard, we ask that you fill out the questions below that apply to you as thoroughly as possible before we meet.  Your answers will provide us with essential information and assist us with identifying the issues we should discuss with you.  Please contact us if you have any questions concerning this questionnaire. 

Name *
Name
Provide the full name that is on your marriage certificate (if applicable).
Phone (Home)
Phone (Home)
Phone (Work)
Phone (Work)
Address
Address
Date of Birth
Date of Birth
Indicate the year you came to British Columbia to live. At least one spouse must have resided in BC for a minimum of one year before starting a divorce proceeding. If you were born in B.C., simply state born in BC.
Spouse's Information
Full Name
Full Name
Full name as set out in your marriage certificate.
Address of Spouse
Address of Spouse
Spouse's Phone Number
Spouse's Phone Number
Spouse's Date of Birth
Spouse's Date of Birth
Children's Information (if applicable)
If there are no children of the marriage, please skip this section. A child of the marriage includes both children under the age of 19 and children over the age of 19 but unable by reason of illness, disability, or full-time school to become financially independent. If there are more than 4 children, add them to the text box at the end of the form.
Child 1
Child 1
Date of Birth of Child 1
Date of Birth of Child 1
There are 3 main types of custody. Sole custody is when 1 parent has the legal responsibility for caring for and making all decisions about the child and the child lives primarily with that parent. Joint custody is when a child either lives with both parents equally or lives mostly with 1 parent (child's primary residence) but both make decisions about the child. Shared custody is a form of joint custody where each parent is responsible for the child for at least 40% of the time. The last form of custody is split custody where there are at least 2 children, and 1 or more of them live with 1 parent, and 1 or more of the other children live with the other parent (the children are split up between the parents).
Child 2
Child 2
Date of Birth of Child 2
Date of Birth of Child 2
Child 3
Child 3
Date of Birth of Child 3
Date of Birth of Child 3
Child 4
Child 4
Date of Birth of Child 4
Date of Birth of Child 4
List any children other than the 4 above and provide the same details as above.
Access is the time the child spends with the parent they do not generally live with.
Provide their full name, birth date, and relationship to you and your spouse.
Please describe. You will need to provide us with a copy of the agreement or order.
This is your income from line 150 of your most recent income tax return. Your gross annual income is used to calculate the amount of child support payable under the Federal Child Support Guidelines.
Amount from Line 150 of your spouse's most recent income tax return.
Include the amount, who is paying it, and how often.
Child support arrears are past support payments that are supposed to be paid by one parent to another under a court order of agreement, but have not been paid. Include the amount, when the payments stopped, and what steps have been taken to collect arrears. You will need to provide us with a copy of any agreement or court order regarding the terms of payment.
PROPERTY INFORMATION
Please list your assets, including all family assets with their approximate values.
Provide the address and include the value at the date of marriage or when the relationship commenced, the value on the date of separation, and the value today.
Include the value at the date of marriage or when the relationship commenced, the value on the date of separation, and the value today.
Include the value at the date of marriage or when the relationship commenced, the value on the date of separation, and the value today.
Include the value at the date of marriage or when the relationship commenced, the value on the date of separation, and the value today.
Include the value at the date of marriage or when the relationship commenced, the value on the date of separation, and the value today.
Include here any business interests, such as sole proprietorships, partnerships, or corporations. Include the value at the date of marriage or when the relationship commenced, the value on the date of separation, and the value today.
Include the balance at the date of marriage or when the relationship commenced, the balance on the date of separation, and the balance today.
Describe the agreement between you and your spouse regarding the above assets and debts.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION