Divorce Forms Vary Based on State and Situation

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What type of forms will I have to complete when seeking a divorce?

Divorce Forms Vary Based on State and Situation

When seeking a divorce, there are a number of legal forms that you will need to complete. Divorce forms vary based on several factors, including state of residence, whether or not the proceedings are being contested and whether or not assets and/or children are involved. During divorce proceedings, you will be required to fill out and file more than one type of divorce form, as well as sign a number of forms as decreed by the court system.

Common Divorce Forms Include:

  • Appearance
  • Child Support Obligation Worksheet
  • Decree of Dissolution of Marriage
  • Financial Declaration
  • Motion for Fee Waiver
  • Motion for Final Hearing
  • Notice of Final Hearing
  • Notice of Provisional Hearing
  • Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
  • Request for Provisional Orders
  • Settlement Agreement
  • Summons
  • Temporary Order
  • Waiver of Final Hearing

When completing divorce forms, it is very important that you use the correct legal documents for your particular situation.



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