Getting a Copy of Divorce Papers?

Legal documents, such as divorce papers, should be available from the records office in your city or municipality. Try that if you never received copies from the court or have misplaced the original copies.


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September 16, 2019

I went to court because my ex-wife wanted a divorce. The judge made me sign the divorce papers. It's been 3 years and I have received nothing. I want to remarry. How do, or what do I do to get a copy? I live in Ontario. She's a mean and stubborn girl, she doesn't care about anything but herself. Sadly I've learned that the hard way.


September 16, 20191 found this helpful
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Your lawyer who handled the case can get them. You could also get them from the county where the divorce was finalized. If you have proof of who you are you should be able to get them for a fee.

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September 16, 20191 found this helpful
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Normally the courthouse will give you a copy of these paper. You should go to the records department and request a copy.

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September 16, 20191 found this helpful

You should not have to deal with her at all.

You can go directly to your government:


Blessings on your upcoming nuptials!

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