If you wish to establish to Service Canada when you separated from your legal spouse or common-law partner you may be asked to complete a Statutory Declaration of Separation of Legal Spouses or Common-Law Partners (ISP-1811). Neighbourhood Notary can help commission your statutory declaration.
What Is A Statutory Declaration Of Legal Spouses or Common Law Partners (ISP-1811)?
A Statutory Declaration of Separation is a document sworn before a commissioner of oaths that establishes when you and your spouse stopped living together. For married couples, a Statutory Declaration of Separation doesn’t end the marriage; a divorce is still required.
This form is usually submitted to Service Canada in the context of Canada Pension Plan matters. Download a copy of the form here.
The statutory declaration must be signed before a commissioner of oaths. Neighbourhood Notary can help receive your solemn declaration and commission your completed form.
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