Uncontested Divorce Kit
Important Notice: Your division of property must be *complete* before you can use this kit.
If you wish to file for divorce, you may be able to use the Uncontested Divorce Kit available through Community Legal Information Association. This kit is non-refundable. It costs $30.00.
Buy the kit online using our Paypal tool. You must decide if you want to complete the kit using a CD (printer is required) or using a Paper kit (we need to know if you have dependent children). Choose the appropriate drop down item:
International Clients must pay a $5.00 shipping fee. If you live outside of Canada, you should use this button:
To use the kit:
- you must have been separated for at least one year
- one of you must have lived in PEI for at least one year
- you and your partner need to have settled issues around division of property, child custody, child and spousal support
The Uncontested Divorce Kit contains legal information about and the forms to complete the process for an uncontested divorce. We have made every effort to make sure that the information contained in the booklet is up to date, but the laws, rules and case law about divorce and related issues are evolving and often change. Check that the information is current before you use it to apply for divorce.
If you wish to apply for a divorce and there are issues between you and your spouse which have not been settled (including division of property, child support, and custody), you should speak with a lawyer. Even if you believe there are no issues left to settle, it is a good idea to meet with a family law lawyer to make sure that all matters are settled, and to be sure that you have thought about everything that may be related to your divorce.
If you do not know a lawyer, you may contact one through the Lawyer Referral Service, telephone (902) 892-0853 or 1-800-240-9798.
To arrange for a kit, contact Community Legal Information Association.
When ordering a kit, please tell us if you would like the CD version or paper version. We also need to know if you have children of the marriage.
Please note that according to the Divorce Act, a “child of the marriage” means a child of the two spouses who is under the age of majority and who is still in their care or a child who has reached the age of majority, but is unable to live independently because of an illness, disability, or other cause. A child of the marriage can be a child for whom both spouses are his or her parents or a child for whom one or both spouses stand in the place of a parent. This also includes any children of the couple born before the marriage.
Children over the age of majority who are in post-secondary education may still be considered dependent if they are under age 25. If you are unsure whether your children are dependent, please call CLIA before ordering the divorce kit.