Does my Canadian wife have to have my signature to get a divorse even if Im living in the states , this seems to be my only way of getting any compensation from her for what she did to me the year and a half we were married if she has to have my signature to geta divorse Im going to say you put x amount of money in my account in the states and Ill sign a divorse papers what is my rights on this matter Gene
State/Country relating to question: Canada
Ive tried to atlk to an divorse attorney here but they want 450/hr to even discuss this matter
No, your signature is not needed for her to apply for divorce in Canada. As long as she has lived in a province for at least one year she can apply. She would have to have the divorce application served upon you, but once that is done she can seek a divorce judgment without needing your consent. She can apply to serve you by other means if you try to avoid service, such as getting an order that you be served by mail. So unfortunately you don't have a strong bargaining position in the manner that you describe.
with over 15 years experience.