Joint Application for Divorce Documents

Forms are posted in interactive PDF  format and Word  format, where available.

If you are using the interactive PDF forms, be sure to download and save them to your computer to access all the features, including instructions to guide you through what information is required from you. 


To file a Joint Application for Divorce you will need these documents:


  • Joint Application for Divorce Form 59.46  Form 59.46 .

  • Affidavit Supporting an Uncontested Divorce (joint application) Form FD12 .

    • this document must be sworn/affirmed by both parties with a copy of the agreement attached as an exhibit, if applicable.

  • Statement of Contact Information & Circumstances Form FD1 Form FD1 .

  • Personal Representation Form  Form  for both of the joint applicants (if you do not have a lawyer)

  • Divorce Order Form 59.48A .

  • Waiver of Financial Statements Form FD11  Form FD11  if applicable.

    • this document can only be filed if there are no children of the marriage.

  • Stamped, self-addressed envelopes (2 for each person).


How do I use the interactive online forms?

These forms have information bubbles that will guide you through the forms and tell you what information is required from you. To view these bubbles, make sure you download and save the form to your computer or USB stick.  Once downloaded, hover your computer mouse over any coloured lines or check-boxes and the information applicable to that line or check-box should pop-up in a small square. These squares will not appear on your printed forms.

When you’ve completed your forms, print them off on plain, white, letter-sized (8.5” x 11”) paper. Do not double-side the pages. You must bring the printed copies of your forms into the appropriate court for filing – you cannot submit your forms online.

You will usually need to file several copies of each of your forms. Check with court staff as to how many copies they require you to file. If you photocopy your forms at the court, there may be a fee for this. Do not double-side your photocopies.

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