An uncontested annulment case (in which the spouse does not show up at all in court) may take 6 months to 4 years to complete depending on the calendar of the court, the availability of witnesses and other issues such as custody or property.Cases where the spouse does appear can be even longer.A local lawyer will also be familiar with the Family Law Act in your province, and will be able to guide you through the entire Divorce process.
These sites will allow you to read and complete some research on your own, to help you better understand the process of filing for a Divorce in your Province.
In Canada all Divorces are governed by the Federal Divorce Act.
However, each province has its own individual provincial Family Laws which will affect your Divorce in some manner.
Follow the provided instructions, print, sign and file with the court.
Since there is no divorce law in the Philippines, it is legally necessary that a previously-married Filipino woman or man, whose spouse is still alive, get a legal civil annulment in order to marry again.