Three couples. Three divorces. Six new lives.
Viola's husband has filed for a divorce because he has finally accepted the fact that his need for travel and adventure is stronger than his love for her.
Jason and Annabelle, his next-door neighbour, have filed their divorce applications because they found out that their spouses were having an affair.
While recovering from the shock and adjusting to their new lives, everyone involved will make surprising discoveries about themselves, as well as about the people they loved and thought they knew.
The Palais de Justice, or the Courthouse if you're one of the five percent of Quebecers who speak only English, is located in the historic district of Old Montreal. This modern, black metal, granite, and glass high-rise is where people go to settle issues with neighbours, where victims of domestic violence can get help, where a judge and jury will decide whether you are guilty or innocent, where marriages begin with joy and love, and where they often end with sorrow and anger.