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Divorce

Below you will find an overview of many of the forms and documents necessary to handle your own divorce. In the “Examples” column you can find links to examples of filled-out versions these forms and documents. This information is meant to offer general information on the forms and procedure related to family court applications, and not meant as a comment on any individual’s specific situation, nor as legal advice.

For information on how to complete forms and documents for an uncontested divorce, carefully review the guide “Doing Your Own Divorce in New Brunswick”. The table below identifies various forms and documents used in many divorce proceedings, and provides examples of each of them already completed. Be sure to read the instructions on printing or obtaining forms.

If you are representing yourself on your private family law proceeding or on your divorce, you can contact us for my information by calling the PLEIS-NB toll-free Family Law Information Line at 1-888-236-2444, or by emailing us at info@familylawnb.ca. If you live in Saint John or Moncton, you can to contact the Family Law Information Centre (“FLIC”) located in their respective Courthouses:

  • Saint John:  (506) 658-6361
  • Moncton:    (506) 856-3131

Blank copies of these forms can be accessed via the NB Attorney General’s website, or by going to your local Service New Brunswick office and requesting the form by name.

Form Number

Title of Form

Example

Form 72A

Petition for Divorce

Example of a completed Petition for Divorce

Form 72B

Joint Petition for Divorce

 

Example of a completed Joint Petition for Divorce 

Form 72J Financial Statement A Guide to Completing Form 72J: Financial Statement and Income Information

This is not a form

 

Example of a completed Cover Letter

Form 18B

Affidavit of Service

Example of a completed Affidavit of Service – Personal Service

Example of a completed Affidavit of Service –Service by Registered Mail

Form 18A

Acknowledgment of Receipt Card

Example of a completed Acknowledgment of Receipt Card

This is not a form.

 

Example of: Cover Letter for the
Trial Record

This is not a form.

 

Example of a completed Cover Page for the Trial Record

This is not a form.

 

Example of: Index for the Trial Record – Affidavit Evidence

Form 47B

Certificate of Readiness

Example of a completed Certificate of Readiness - affidavit evidence

This is not a form.

Affidavit of Evidence (template)

Example of a completed Affidavit of Evidence (for a Petition for Divorce by one spouse)

This is not a form.

Affidavit of Evidence –Joint Petition(template)

Example of a completed Affidavit – Supporting Joint Petition

Form 72K

Request for Divorce

Example of a completed Request for Divorce

Form 72L

Agreement Not to Appeal

Example of a completed Agreement Not to Appeal

This is not a form.

 

Example of a completed Letter to Request a Certificate of Divorce

Form 25A

Notice of Discontinuance

Example of a completed Notice of Discontinuance

Form 72I

Notice of Intent to Defend

 

Form 72D

Answer

 

Form 72E

Reply

 

Form 72F

Answer and Counter Petition

 

Form 72G

Answer to Counter Petition

 

Form 72H

Reply and Answer to Counter Petition

 

This is not a form. Notice of Intention to Act in Person Example of a completed Notice of Intention to Act in Person
Form 72C

Notice of Petition For Divorce

 
Form 81A

Application (For Saint John and Moncton Judicial Districts)

Example of a completed Application 81A
Form 81B Affidavit in Support of Claim for Parenting Order (For Saint John and Moncton Judicial Districts)  

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