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From Saskatchewan Justice, Family Justice Services Branch
New interjurisdictional support application forms are now available to allow for applications to be made pursuant to section 18.1 of the Divorce Act, which came into force on March 1, 2021. The new forms were created based on a uniform model template that is being used in all provinces and territories.
The new Divorce Act interjurisdictional support applications and interjurisdictional support variation applications will use some of the same supporting forms that are used for equivalent processes under the Inter-Jurisdictional Support Orders Act.
Electronic copies of the new forms are available here.
For further information, please contact the Family Law Information Centre: email@example.com