Request for Marriage Certificate

Link to all BC Supreme Court Family Forms and instructions for technical trouble-shooting for use of forms:

Instructions for Court Forms

The PDF documents are fillable and they need to be opened in Adobe Acrobat Reader - make sure you have downloaded the most recent version.

***The Word documents need to have the yellow highlighted sections deleted and replaced with your information, AND the grey highlighted instructions deleted.

You may choose to fill out either the PDF or the Word version - whichever seems more user-friendly to you.

You will need to print each form for signing and filing at the Court Registry.

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Divorce: Joint Application Process Templates


  • Notice of Joint Family Claim (Form F1): PDF/Word
  • Registration of Divorce Proceeding: PDF (only available in PDF)
  • Child Support Affidavit (Form 37): PDF/Word
  • Affidavit - Desk Order Divorce (Form 38): PDF/Word
  • Final Order (Form F52): PDF/Word
  • Certificate of Pleadings (Form F36): PDF/Word
  • Requisition (Form 35) divorce: PDF/Word
  • Requisition (Form 35) for divorce certificate: PDF/Word
  • Certificate of Divorce (Form 56): PDF/Word

Divorce: Sole Application Process Templates


  • Notice of Family Claim (Form F3): PDF/Word
  • Registration of Divorce Proceedings: PDF (only available in PDF)
  • Affidavit of Personal Service (Form F15): PDF/Word
  • Child Support Affidavit (Form 37): PDF/Word
  • Affidavit - Desk Order Divorce (Form 38): PDF/Word
  • Final Order (Form F52): PDF/Word
  • Certificate of Pleadings (Form F36): PDF/Word
  • Requisition (Form 35) for divorce: PDF/Word
  • Requisition (Form 35) for divorce certificate: PDF/Word
  • Certificate of Divorce (Form 56): PDF/Word


Don't forget to compare your draft documents with the samples provided in the DIY Divorce Manual to make sure that you are filling them out properly. See a lawyer for legal advice if you have questions about your particular situation.

Note: The DIY Divorce Manual is not a substitute for legal advice. We strongly recommend that you only proceed with a divorce application if you already have a comprehensive, professionally prepared, written, signed and witnessed Separation Agreement dealing with ALL of the issues arising out of your separation, except the divorce order.