Family Law Questionnaire

Before you fill out the form, please review our “Areas of Practice” under “Family Law” for additional information.


Contact Information

Salutation

Name

Phone

Email


Profile

Nationality

Country of Current Residency


Divorce

Party 1:

Address:

Date of birth (DD/MM/YY):

Place of birth:

Surname at birth:

Surname at the time of marriage:

Marital status at the time of marriage:
 single Divorced Widowed

 

Party 2:

Address:

Date of birth (DD/MM/YY):

Place of birth:

Surname at birth:

Surname at the time of marriage:

Marital status at the time of marriage:
 single Divorced Widowed


Marital Status

The date of the marriage was (DD/MM/YY):

The place of the marriage was:

The parties started to cohabit on (DD/MM/YY):

The parties ceased cohabiting on (DD/MM/YY):


Residency

How long have you or your spouse been ordinarily resident in the Province of Alberta:


Grounds

What is the main reason of this marriage / relationship breakdown:


Reconciliation

Are you or your spouse willing to reconcile:


Children

  1. Name
    born (Birth Date DD/MM/YY)
  2. Name
    born (Birth Date DD/MM/YY)
  3. Name
    born (Birth Date DD/MM/YY)
  4. Name
    born (Birth Date DD/MM/YY)

Custody:

Parenting arrangement:

Financial agreement:


Agreements

Separation Agreement Only:
 Yes No

Division of Matrimonial Property Agreement Only:
 Yes No

Separation and Division of Matrimonial Property Agreement:
 Yes No


Court Proceedings

Any other court proceeding in regard to the marriage, custody, access, parenting arrangements and support of the children or the parties:


Spousal Support

Are you proposing or claiming Spousal Support?
 Yes No

If yes, what are the reasons:


Matrimonial Property Division

Property

List of the Matrimonial Properties:

List of the Matrimonial Debts:

How did you and your spouse acquire the Property?
 Jointly Separately


Exemptions

Exemptions claimed?
 Yes No

If yes, what’s the basis for exemptions:


Division

Do you want Equal or Unequal Division?
 Equal Unequal

If unequal division, then what the basis for unequal division?

Unjust Enrichment Claim*?  Yes No

*Unjust enrichment means a legal concept referring to situations in which one person is enriched at the expense of another in circumstances which the law treats as unjust.