Supreme Court — Sole application

How to do your own undefended (uncontested) divorce

Court forms

For a sole divorce, you need to complete most of the following 13 court forms. The steps of this self-help guide provide useful information about these forms and detailed instructions on what to do with them. (Each step also contains links to the forms.)

Guide step Link to form More information about the form
Step 2 Registration of Divorce (JUS 280) Use this form to register your divorce application with the federal government. See Step 5 of How to start a family law case in Supreme Court.

Step 2

Notice of Family Claim (Form F3) (PDF) (Word)

See How to start a family law case in Supreme Court.

Step 2 Affidavit of Personal Service (Form F15) (PDF) (Word) See How to serve Supreme Court documents.
Step 2 Financial Statement (Form F8) See How to deal with a Supreme Court Financial Statement (Form F8)
Step 2 Agreement as to Annual Income (Form F9) (PDF) (Word) A simpler alternative to the Financial Statement. Can only be used if you both agree on the contents.
Step 3 Affidavit — Desk Order Divorce (Form F38) (PDF) (Word)

See How to draft a Supreme Court affidavit for information about what to put into your affidavit.

Step 3 Child Support Affidavit (Form F37) (PDF) (Word) If you have children with your spouse. See How to draft a Supreme Court affidavit for information about what to put into your affidavit..
Step 5 Requisition (Form F35) (PDF) (Word)  
Step 5 Requisition (Form F17) (PDF) (Word)  
Step 5 Certificate of Pleadings (Form F36) (PDF) (Word)  
Step 5 Final Order (Form F52) (PDF) (Word) See How to draft a Supreme Court order for information about what to put into your Final Order.
Step 8 Requisition (Form F17) (PDF) (Word) Optional. Print another copy of this form if you want to get a Certificate of Divorce.
Step 8 Certificate of Divorce (Form F56) Optional, if you want to get a Certificate of Divorce.

Tip: See our fact sheet Problems using the Supreme Court PDF forms? for tips on using the PDF forms or Tips for using the Supreme Court Word forms.

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