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Frequently Asked Questions
In order to obtain a divorce in British Columbia, you must obtain a divorce order from a judge at the Supreme Court of BC. To do so, you will need to fill out various forms, submit them to the court, pay the filing fees, and then wait for a judge to review your application.
If your divorce is uncontested, you won’t have to attend any court hearings. However, you will need to file specific forms with the court registry. Once you submit the forms, the registry staff will collect the filing fee and forward your documents to a judge for review.
The court filing fees that you must pay are $210 for the first filing and $80 for the second. If you choose to obtain a divorce certificate, the court fee will be $40 per certificate. However, there may be additional expenses involved, such as obtaining the necessary forms, notary fees, and process service fees if you are the sole applicant.
We offer three different divorce plans – Basic, Premium and Ultimate – that include all necessary trips to court and filing of paperwork on your behalf. We also handle all communication with the court system, keep track of the progress of your case, and provide guidance on the next steps you need to take.
Our plans do not cover the filing fees. We have excluded the filing fees to make it easier for you to compare our services with those of our competitors. The current court fee is $290, which includes $210 for the first filing and $80 for the second. Moreover, if you require a divorce certificate, there is an additional court fee of $40.