Why does Profile require the spouse information to be completed on a T1?

I have taxpayers information but do not have the spouses information as the spouse has a different accountant but the Profile T1 software will not let me complete the return without filling in the spouse information.  Is there a work around for this?

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Thank you for using ProFile Live Community.

I'm sorry about the inconvenience. The design of the software requires that spousal information be entered. If you do not have any of that information, you can simply enter the very basic details, SIN, name, address, phone number, DoB on the information form, and sign off any other applicable warnings, such as, "is the tax payer income $0".

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Fab | Support Specialist, Intuit ProFile Canada
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