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I have a question can i file if i do not have there address

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i have a question can i file for divorce if i do not have there address info? i have there phone number and where they work i have asked family etc they do not know
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Canada Family Law
Expert:  Legal Ease replied 3 months ago.

You don't need their address.

But you do need to have the served personally.

They can be served at work.

Does that answer your question?

Customer: replied 3 months ago.
when i fill out the court form i downloaded it asks for there info including address, i am going to hire a process server to have it delivered to avoid any issues with the papers being served
Expert:  Legal Ease replied 3 months ago.

You have to say that the address is unknown and then you can say that the work address which is the address for service is: xxxxxxx

Customer: replied 3 months ago.
in the simple divorce form 8A under the respondents says: Full legal name & address for service-street and number, municipality postal code, telephone & fax numbers and email address (if any)just put her name phone number then address unknown and work address?
Expert:  Legal Ease replied 3 months ago.

Yes that is correct.

Customer: replied 3 months ago.
Do I have to fill you the respondent information?
Expert:  Legal Ease replied 3 months ago.

You put in all you can put in and leave the rest.

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