Alberta Divorce Kit

This is intended for a Canadian audience.

ISBN: 978-1-77040-239-3

Number of pages: 90

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Use this kit to obtain your own uncontested divorce in Alberta and save hundreds of dollars in Lawyers’ fees.


Complies with the new 2015 rules for Sole and Joint applicants.

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CA$39.95

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The kit contains a simple, step-by-step guide, written by an Alberta lawyer, and all the necessary forms specific to the laws of Alberta, on CD-ROM. Use this kit when:

  • Both parties want a divorce
  • At least one spouse has resided in Alberta for the last year
  • There are no disputes over child custody, property, or spousal support

All of Self-Counsel’s CD-ROMs contain links to check for last-minute updates, so you can be confident your documents are current!

Additional Info

Additional Info

Publication Date Feb 15, 2015
Market Canada
Edition Sixteenth Edition
Pages 90
Size 8.5 x 11
ISBN 978-1-77040-239-3
Library Sales? Not for sale to libraries.
UPC 069635402399
About the CD The CD works with current versions of Windows, Mac OS/X and Linux operating systems.

Author Details

Author Details - Louise Campbell, LLB

Louise received her law degree in Calgary in 1982. Her practice consists almost entirely of family law and related matters that arise in estates and real property. Her approach is to try to find a resolution which is within the law and also represents the concern of all parties, including economic, cultural, religious and health issues.

She has been mediating since 1995 and has been a Collaborative Family Lawyer since 2000. She is presently in the process of obtaining arbitration certification. Louise has been a long term volunteer for legal advice at a women’s shelter, an adult education course teacher for 15 years, and a Dispute Resolution Officer with the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta.

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