|Monday, 04 August 2008 11:11|
Canada’s Divorce Information Under Construction.
Thank you for visiting our Canada Resource page.
We are currently in the process of updating each state’s legal overview for this section of our website. However, the resource links on the right hand side of the page are still working and will provide you with further information specific to Canadian divorce laws. Specifically, you may want to look at the various Canadian state statutes for further reading at this time.
As always, please be sure to consult a licensed attorney in your state for more detailed information on how your state’s laws apply to you and your particular situation.
If you are a licensed attorney for any state in Canada, or know of a licensed attorney for this state, we would like to have you review and edit the information for this country. We will furnish you with the old content for your review. In return, we will credit you for editing the overview of divorce information for Canada by stating at the top of this page “Information reviewed and edited by: (Your Name)” and establish a link directing potential clients to your firm’s webpage.
Typically, on this page you would find a brief legal overview of Canada’s divorce laws. The content usually contains the following list of information (where applicable per each state’s statutes):
The State Resource pages are provided for informational purposes only. Do not take any actions based upon the information contained within the State Resource pages without first consulting an attorney licensed in your state. We at DadsDivorce.com strive to keep our information up-to-date; however state laws are not static and subject to change without notice.