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How do you go through a divorce?


I have been separated now over 3 years and want a divorce but am terrified of losing our home. What can I do? 
The guy left and really does not pay support and expects me to pay his debts and all he debt from when we were married even though he makes 4 times what I do and because of the house I have done this for the 3-4 years but am sick of this and need to stop as I have nothing and he has everything in my opinion. Please help. I live in Canada
Feb 27, 2017 @ 07:50 pm

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legal help

You need to find legal counseling in your area to help you with this. Don't mention anything to your ex, or any common friends you have, go and talk to a lawyer first. Depending on where you live, you may be able to find a library, a community centre, or a regional help centre. They can then direct you to the right place or person to talk to, based on your situation and financial ability.
Feb 27, 2017 @ 08:06 pm


Here is the government legal aid site for BC (i saw in your profile you're in bc)
Feb 27, 2017 @ 08:10 pm

Added info

I am actually in Manitoba my last trip was to British Columbia and my Granny lives there. I have a lawyer who will not return a call. I am scared. He now has a partner he is living with. He has asked me on many occasions not to make him pay the full amount for child support. I just do not understand him at all.
Feb 27, 2017 @ 08:35 pm


Your lawyer sounds like a complete joke. My advice, seek help elsewhere. You have rights! Is the mortgage in both of your names? Is there a court order for child support? He doesn't get to make his own rules. I would be nailing his ass to the wall!
Feb 28, 2017 @ 04:05 am


i agree with the other chicks, get a lawyer, or at least some legal advice. Often universities have call centres where you can get free legal advice, at least this may help you determine what your next step is.
Feb 28, 2017 @ 04:58 am

Legal Help

It should be the last option for a person as to suspend the relationship. However, if you want to go ahead for it, search for legal counsellor or lawyer and proceed
Jun 26, 2021 @ 05:34 am


Hey, for example, I have a lot of friends who have gone through a divorce and, strangely enough, later they became even happier than in their previous marriage, so do we need to worry so much about this. It is best in such cases to find the support of friends and new love, which, as you understand, is possible at any age, even at an older age, and therefore I advise everyone to read the popular flirt review.
Aug 25, 2021 @ 01:10 am

Legal help

First you should do - find yourself a good lawyer. Second - click here and find yourself a new relations. I bet with a new person in your life things will work put better too. It is always important to have a good support and a person you can relay on. Good luck
Oct 10, 2021 @ 02:14 am

Split Responsibilities…?

Any relationship is a two way thing and a great way to approach settling any financial / material disputes is to organise a way for you to both pay “equal shares,” or an equal amount. I was 18 when my parents separated then divorced; they sat down and spoke about their differences at length. If you can have a meeting or a long conversation about your situations and get to know your circumstances you may know better how to settle any disputes.
Oct 11, 2021 @ 05:14 am

Legal Help

I agree with the other chick's. Definitely get an appointment with a lawyer first. I believe you don't have to pay a lawyer if your just doing a consultation. You can also go through legal aid, there should be one in every province. Hope all of this information from everyone is helping. Good luck.
Oct 25, 2021 @ 06:38 am

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