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Petitioner or Respondent:

The person who starts the case is the Petitioner. The other party is the Respondent.

Are you starting a new family law proceeding?

Unless the other party has served you with court forms, for example a Petition, you are starting a new case.

Your Personal Information:

If there are any other documents that you or the other party have filed and served regarding this family law case make sure your name is written exactly the same way as it was on those documents. For example, if another court document identifies you as John, do not put another form of your name, such as Jack. If you are married your name must appear exactly as it does on your marriage certificate.

This is the address where court documents can be sent to you.

Include me in the Family Law newsletter.

For support reasons only, allow Family Law support team and administrators to log into my account and view my form progress.

Password:

Choose a password that isn't easy to guess, is at least 6 characters long, and isn't a word you'd find in a dictionary.

Personal Information of the Other Party: (your spouse or the other parent)

The other party is the person who you will be starting a case against or the person who has started a case against you. If there are any other documents that you or the other party have filed and served regarding this family law case make sure their name is written exactly the same way as it was on those documents. For example, if another court document identifies them as John, do not put another form of their name, such as Jack. If you are married your name must appear exactly as it does on your marriage certificate.

Court Information:

If you are starting the family law case leave this blank and the clerk will fill it in when you file the document with the court. If there have been other documents regarding this family law case, that you or the other party filed and served, use the number from those documents.

This is the city or town where your case will be heard. If you are starting a family law case you choose the Court of Queen’s Bench in the city or town that is closest to you. See Court of Queen's Bench locations for a list of Queen's Bench Courts in Saskatchewan. If there have been other forms regarding this family law case, that you or the other party have filed and served, use the Judicial Centre named in those forms.

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