Can you legally record your spouse?
The answer to this question depends greatly on the state in which the recording is taking place. The Federal Wiretap Act makes it is a crime to record conversations unless one person consents to the conversation being recorded.
Can you get divorced if your spouse is in jail?
If your spouse is in prison, there are special rules about serving divorce documents. Before you can serve the documents, you will need to know: the name of the correctional centre or prison where your spouse is located, and. your spouse’s Master Index Number (MIN).
Is it legal to secretly record your spouse Canada?
Yes. Intercepting any form of conversation, to which you are not a party is a breach of section 184 of the Criminal Code of Canada and possibly other sections, depending on what your ex records. And, recording conversations usually will not help you in family court.
What happens if my husband won’t sign the divorce papers?
The Court can grant a divorce order, even if the spouse refuses to sign any documents. Otherwise, the spouse may ask the Court to appear by telephone. While a spouse can refuse to sign the divorce papers, it is highly likely that the divorce will still take place. However, some situations could delay the divorce.