1 ` Person Filing: Address (if not protected): City, State, Zip Code: Telephone: Address: ATLAS Number: Lawyer s Bar Number: F CLERK S USE ONLY Representing Self, without a Lawyer or Attorney for Petitioner Respondent Respondent s Name or Lawyer s Name: Address (if not protected): City, State, Zip Code: Telephone: Address: ATLAS Number: Lawyer s Bar Number: Representing Self, without a Lawyer or Attorney for Petitioner Respondent SUPERI COURT OF ARIZONA IN PIMA COUNTY Petitioner is Husband Wife Case No. ATLAS No. CONSENT DECREE OF Respondent is Husband Wife DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE (DIVCE) LEGAL SEPARATION with minor children without minor children in a Non-Covenant Marriage THE COURT FINDS: 1. This case has come before this court for a final Decree of Dissolution of Marriage or Legal Separation. The court has taken all testimony needed to enter a Decree, or the court has determined testimony is not needed to enter the Decree. 2. This court has jurisdiction over the parties under the law. 3. Where it has the legal power and where it is applicable to the facts of this case, this court has considered, approved, and made orders relating to issues of spousal maintenance (alimony), the division of property and/or debts, legal decision making (custody), parenting time, and support of any minor children. 4. The provisions of this Decree are fair and reasonable under the circumstances and in the best interests of the minor children, if any, and the division of property and debt is fair and equitable. 5. Arizona Residency. The requirements of A.R.S for dissolution of marriage, or A.R.S for legal separation have been met: At the time this action was filed, the Husband or the Wife was domiciled in Arizona or was stationed in Arizona while a member of the United States Armed Forces. If this is an action for dissolution of marriage (divorce), the Petitioner or the Respondent was domiciled or stationed in Arizona for more than 90 days. Page 1 of 10 Updated September 2015
2 6. Conciliation Court. The provisions relating to the Conciliation Court either do not apply or have been met. 7. Irretrievably Broken or Separate and Apart. The marriage is irretrievably broken or the parties desire to live separate and apart. 8. Covenant Marriage. This is a non-covenant marriage. 9. Protective Orders. Following is the effect, if any, of this Consent Decree on any existing protective orders: 10. Community Property and Debt. (Select one.) The parties did not acquire any community property or debt during the marriage, The parties have agreed to a division of community property and/or debt as evidenced by their signatures on Exhibit A attached to and incorporated into this Decree. 11. Pregnancy. (Select one.) Wife is not pregnant, Wife is pregnant, and the husband IS IS NOT the father of the child. 12. Spousal Maintenance/Support. (Select one.) A party is entitled to an award of Spousal Maintenance/Support for the reason that Husband, Wife lacks enough property, including property given to him or her as part of this divorce or legal separation, to provide for his or her reasonable needs, and is unable to support himself or herself through an appropriate job, or he or she is providing the primary care to child(ren) of young age or is of a condition that they should not be required to look for work outside the home, or lacks earning ability necessary to support himself or herself, or contributed significantly to the educational opportunities of the other spouse, or had a marriage that lasted a long time and is of an age that may severely limit the possibility of getting a job to support himself or herself, Neither party is entitled to an award of Spousal Maintenance/Support; If spousal maintenance is to be awarded, the parties further agree: (Select one.) Spousal maintenance award shall be modifiable in accordance with Arizona law, That the circumstances of their futures are unknown, but each desires that the spousal maintenance awarded by their agreement, not be modifiable in the future for any reason. If there are no minor children, check this box and skip to The Court Orders section on page 4.) Page 2 of 10 Updated September 2015
3 13. THERE ARE NO MIN CHILDREN IN THIS MARRIAGE, therefore statements numbered 13, 14, and 15 below do not apply. 14. Parent Information Program. A. Father has attended the Parent Information Program class as evidenced by the Certificate of Completion in the court file. Father has not attended the Parent Information Program class and shall be denied any requested relief to enforce or modify this decree until Father has completed the class. B. Mother has attended the Parent Information Program class as evidenced by the Certificate of Completion in the court file. Mother has not attended the Parent Information Program class and shall be denied any requested relief to enforce or modify this decree until Mother has completed the class. 15. Child Support. (Select any that apply.) a. Child support has been determined in accordance with the Arizona Child Support Guidelines. b. Application of the Arizona Child Support Guidelines in this case is inappropriate or unjust. The Court has considered the best interests of the minor child(ren) in determining that a deviation is appropriate and makes the following findings: Application of the guidelines is unjust. The parties have signed a written agreement with knowledge of the amount of support that would have been ordered by the guidelines but for the agreement. The court makes the following finding regarding the deviation: The child support order would have been The child support order after deviation is All parties have signed the agreement free of duress and coercion. c. Physical Custody Adjustment, Court Approved Discretionary Parenting Time Adjustment or other Adjustments. (The court must make written findings if any of these adjustments are made) : d. Ability to Pay. The Court finds that the person responsible for paying child support has the ability to pay child support: In the amount entered on Line 34 of the Worksheet of In an adjusted amount calculated using the self-support reserve on the Parent s Worksheet for Child Support Amount of. Page 3 of 10 Updated September 2015
4 16. Domestic Violence. IF there has been domestic violence between the parties AND legal decision making (custody) is to be shared with or awarded to a parent who has committed domestic violence, check appropriate box and explain. (A.R.S ) A. Domestic Violence has not occurred between the parties; B. Domestic Violence has occurred between the parties, but: 1. it was mutual (committed by both parties), (see A.R.S (D)) 2. it is otherwise still in the best interests of the minor child(ren) to grant joint or sole legal decision making (joint or sole custody) to a parent who has committed domestic violence because: (EXPLAIN) 17. Supervised Or No Parenting Time: (Check and complete only if supervised or no parenting time is ordered.) NO Parenting Time or Supervised Parenting Time with the Father Mother, is in the best interests of the minor child(ren), for the following reasons: 18. Drug Or Alcohol Conviction Within Last Twelve Months: (Check box if applicable). Father and/or Mother has been convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or was convicted of any drug offense within 12 months of filing the request for legal decision making (custody), however the legal decision making (custody) and/or parenting time arrangement ordered by this Court appropriately protects the minor child(ren). THE COURT DERS: 1. LEGAL SEPARATION DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE ( Divorce ). THE PARTIES ARE LEGALLY SEPARATED. MARRIAGE IS DISSOLVED: The marriage of the parties is dissolved and the parties are restored to the legal status of single persons. Page 4 of 10 Updated September 2015
5 2. NAMES: (In a divorce case IF one or both parties changed their last names as a result of the marriage, either spouse may (optionally) have his/her name legally restored to a pre-marital last name.) Wife's name is restored to. (Put only the last name here.) Husband's name is restored to. (Put only the last name here.) 3. ENFCEMENT OF TEMPARY DERS: All obligations ordered to be paid by the parties in Temporary Orders dated (fill in dates of ALL temporary orders here) are satisfied in full. Judgment is awarded against the party with the obligation up to the amount due and owing as of the date of this Decree, with the highest legal interest allowed by law, for the total amount of. 4. LEGAL DECISION MAKING (CUSTODY), PARENTING TIME, AND CHILD SUPPT: DOES NOT APPLY. THERE ARE NO MIN CHILDREN IN THIS MARRIAGE and THE WIFE IS NOT PREGNANT. (Skip to number 5 on page 6), A. PREGNANCY: A child who is common to the parties is expected to be born (Date). All orders below as to legal decision making (custody), parenting time, support, and medical insurance/expenses include this child and all other children named below. The orders below as to legal decision making (custody), parenting time, support, and medical insurance/expenses do not include this child; the court reserves jurisdiction to address these issues regarding this child when the child is born. B. CHILDREN: This Decree includes all minor children common to the parties as follows: NAME(S) OF CHILD(REN) Date of Birth (Month/Day/Yr) 5. PRIMARY RESIDENCE, PARENTING TIME, and LEGAL DECISION MAKING (Custody) A. PRIMARY RESIDENTIAL PARENT: Mother s home as primary residence for following named child(ren): Father s home as primary residence for following named child(ren): Page 5 of 10 Updated September 2015
6 B. SUBJECT TO PARENTING TIME AS FOLLOWS: Case Number Reasonable parenting time rights to the non-primary residential parent as described in the Parenting Plan attached as Exhibit B and made a part of this decree, NO PARENTING TIME RIGHTS to Mother Father, SUPERVISED PARENTING TIME to Mother Father according to the terms of the Parenting Plan attached as Exhibit B and made part of this Decree. Parenting time may only take place in the presence of another person, named below or otherwise approved by the court. (IF supervised) Name of person to supervise (Optional): The cost of supervised parenting time shall be paid by the: the Mother, the Father, Shared equally by the parties Parenting time shall be restricted as follows: (if applicable): C. LEGAL DECISION MAKING (Custody): Award legal decision making concerning the child(ren) (custody) as follows: SOLE LEGAL DECISION-MAKING (sole custody) to: Mother Father JOINT LEGAL DECISION MAKING (joint custody) to BOTH PARENTS. Mother and Father will agree to act as joint legal decision makers (joint legal custodians) of the minor children, as set forth in the Joint Legal Decision Making (joint custody) Agreement contained in the Parenting Plan, to be agreed upon and signed by both parties if the Court adopts the terms of the Agreement. There have been no significant acts of domestic violence, as defined by Arizona law, A.R.S , by either parent or it is in the best interests of the minor child(ren) to award joint custody despite any violence that occurred. The court adopts the terms of the Joint Legal Decision Making Agreement/Parenting Plan describing the legal decision making and parenting time agreement between the parties. By attaching the Joint Legal Decision Making Agreement/Parenting Plan to the Decree, the Agreement becomes part of the Decree and carries the same legal weight as the Decree. D. CHILD SUPPT: Father Mother shall pay child support to the other party in the amount of per month, beginning THE FIRST DAY OF THE MONTH following the date this Decree is signed by the judge until further order of the court. Child Support is based on the information in the Parent s Worksheet for Child Support Amount attached to and made part of this decree by reference. All child support payments shall be made by Income Withholding Order (if applicable) through the Support Payment Clearinghouse, and must include the statutory fee by the Income Withholding Order signed this date. Payments will be in equal installments made on the 1 st and 15 th of each month. Page 6 of 10 Updated September 2015
7 E. MEDICAL, DENTAL, VISION CARE F MIN CHILDREN (1) INSURANCE. Case Number Father is responsible for providing: medical dental vision care insurance. Mother is responsible for providing: medical dental vision care insurance. Medical, dental, and vision care insurance, payments and expenses are based on the information in the Parent s Worksheet for Child Support attached and made part of this decree by reference. The party ordered to pay must keep the other party informed of the insurance company name, address and telephone number, and must give the other party the documents necessary to submit insurance claims. (2) NON-COVERED EXPENSES. Father is ordered to pay %, AND Mother is ordered to pay % of all reasonable uncovered and/or uninsured medical, dental, vision care, prescription and other health care charges for the minor child(ren), including co-payments. 6. SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE/SUPPT: A. Neither party shall pay spousal maintenance/support (alimony) to the other party, B. Husband Wife is ordered to pay to the other party the sum of per month in spousal maintenance/support BEGINNING THE FIRST DAY OF THE MONTH after this Decree is signed. Each payment shall be made by the first day of each month after that and shall continue until the receiving party is remarried or deceased until (date) All payments shall be made through the Support Payment Clearinghouse by Income Withholding Order, until all required payments have been made under this Decree. Payments made shall be included in receiving spouse s taxable income and is tax deductible from the paying spouse s income as required by law. Spousal maintenance/support payments end when the receiving party is remarried or deceased unless specified otherwise above. C. In accordance with the parties agreements, The spousal maintenance award shall be modifiable in accordance with Arizona law, The spousal maintenance award shall NOT be modifiable for any reason. 7. PROPERTY and DEBTS: (Select any that apply.) A. Husband is ordered to pay all debts unknown to Wife, AND Wife is ordered to pay all debts unknown to Husband, AND Each party is ordered to pay his or her debts from the following date:. B. Each party is assigned his or her separate property and Husband must pay his separate debt, and Wife must pay her separate debt. Page 7 of 10 Updated September 2015
8 C. This Decree can be used as a transfer of title and can be recorded. Parties shall sign all documents necessary to complete all transfer of title ordered in this Decree, such as motor vehicles, houses, and financial institution accounts. The parties shall transfer all real and personal property as described in Exhibit A to the other party on or before by 5:00 p.m. If the party required to transfer the property has not transferred the property to the party entitled to receive the property on or before the date and time listed above, the party entitled to receive the property is entitled upon application to a Writ of Assistance or Writ of Execution to be issued by the Clerk of the Court commanding the sheriff to put him or her in possession of the property. Other orders and relief relating to property or debt, if any, are contained in Exhibit A, which is attached and incorporated into this Decree. 8. TAX RETURNS Each party shall give the other party all necessary documentation to file all tax returns. For previous calendar years, pursuant to IRS rules and regulations, the parties will file: joint federal and state income tax returns and hold each other harmless from half of all additional income taxes if any and other costs, and each will share equally in any refunds, separate federal and state income tax returns, AND This calendar year and continuing thereafter, each party will file separate federal and state income tax returns. 9. FINANCIAL INFMATION EXCHANGES: In cases in which child support or spousal maintenance are ordered, then until such time as those would end under the orders in this Consent Decree, the parties shall exchange financial information (tax returns, spousal affidavits, earning statements and/or other related financial statements) every 24 months or as follows: 10. TAX EXEMPTION: DOES NOT APPLY. THERE ARE NO MIN CHILDREN IN THIS MARRIAGE; The parties shall claim as income tax dependency exemptions on federal and state tax returns as follows. A party required to pay child support is only entitled to claim (a) minor child(ren) as an income tax dependency exemption if that parent has paid all of the child support due and owing for the year that party is entitled to the exemption: Parent entitled to claim Name of child Tax year Father Father Father Father Mother Mother Mother Mother Page 8 of 10 Updated September 2015
9 11. CHILDREN TO WHOM THIS DECREE DOES NOT APPLY: It is ordered that Father, Mother has no legal obligation or right to the minor child(ren) born during the marriage but not common to the marriage. These minor children include: (Use additional paper if necessary) Name: Name: Date of Birth: Date of Birth: Child expected to be born this date: 12. QUALIFIED DOMESTIC RELATIONS DER (QDRO). A QDRO is not necessary; A QDRO is submitted herewith, A QDRO will be submitted to the court as soon as practicable or not later than (DATE). The court shall retain jurisdiction over the subject matter of the QDRO. 13. OTHER DERS. (List any other orders.) 14. FINAL APPEALABLE DER. Pursuant to Rule 81, Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, this final judgment/decree is settled, approved and signed by the court and shall be entered by the clerk. Date Judicial Officer SIGNATURES OF BOTH PARTIES UNDER OATH AFFIRMATION By signing below, in the presence of a Deputy Clerk of Court or Notary Public, I swear or affirm that everything in this document is true and correct to the best of my knowledge, information and belief, including the following: 1. NON-COVENANT MARRIAGE. We do not have a covenant marriage. 2. RIGHT TO TRIAL IS WAIVED. I understand that by signing this Consent Decree, I am waiving my right to a trial before a judge. 3. NO DURESS COERCION. COMPLETE AGREEMENT. I am not under any force, threats, duress, coercion, or undue influence from anyone, including the other party, to sign this Consent Decree. This Decree with any attachments that I have signed is our full agreement. I have not agreed to something different from what is stated in writing in the Decree. 4. LEGAL ADVICE. I understand that even if I am representing myself without an attorney, I have the right to be represented by an attorney. I have the right to call an attorney and get legal advice before I sign this Consent Decree. Page 9 of 10 Updated September 2015
10 5. IRRETRIEVABLY BROKEN MARRIAGE. I agree that our marriage is irretrievably broken. There is no reasonable prospect of reconciliation [or we desire to live separate and apart if this is a Legal Separation case]. 6. DIVISION OF PROPERTY. The agreement about division of property and debt attached as Exhibit A, signed by both parties and made part of this document by reference, is fair and equitable. SIGNATURES Petitioner s Signature STATE OF COUNTY OF Subscribed and sworn to or affirmed before me this: (date) By. Respondent s Signature STATE OF COUNTY OF Subscribed and sworn to or affirmed before me this: (date) By. Deputy Clerk or Notary Public (notary seal) Deputy Clerk or Notary Public (notary seal) If either party is represented by an attorney or if the Attorney General s Division of Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) is involved in this case, the attorney(s) and a representative of DCSE must also sign below. ATTNEY SIGNATURES (if applicable) If either party is represented by an attorney, the attorney must sign: Date Approved by Petitioner's Attorney Date Approved by Respondent's Attorney If the Attorney General s Office (the AG ), Division of Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) is involved in this case, a representative of that agency must approve the child support amount and sign below: The approval of the AG s office as to child support provisions contained in this document is indicated by my signature below: Signature of Attorney General / DCSE Representative Date Page 10 of 10 Updated September 2015
11 EXHIBIT A: PROPERTY AND DEBTS (Refer to section E in instructions) 1. DIVISION OF COMMUNITY PROPERTY (property acquired during the marriage) Award each party the personal property in his/her possession. Community property is awarded to each party as follows: 2. LIST OF COMMUNITY PROPERTY (Be very specific in your description of the property.) AWARD TO Household Furniture and Appliances (Be specific) Husband Wife Video: TV / DVD / DVR / VCR, etc. (Be specific) Audio: Stereo/ Radio (Household or Portable) (Be specific) Computers and Related Equipment (Be specific) Motor Vehicles 1. Year, Make, Model: Last 4 digits of VIN # (Be specific) 2. Year, Make, Model: Last 4 digits of VIN # 3. Year, Make, Model: Last 4 digits of VIN # Page 1 of 4 Updated September 2015
12 AWARD TO COMMUNITY PROPERTY - continued (Be specific) Husband Wife Cash, bonds of Other: Other: Other: Other: Other: Continues on attached page(s). 3. DIVISION OF RETIREMENT, PENSION, DEFERRED COMPENSATION WARNING. You should see a lawyer about your retirement, pension, deferred compensation, 401k plans and/or benefits. If you do not see a lawyer regarding these assets, you risk losing any interest you have in these plans and/or benefits. There are certain documents the plan administrator must have. Only a lawyer can help you prepare these documents. Neither party has a retirement, pension, deferred compensation, 401K Plan and/or benefits. Award each party his/her interest in any and all retirement benefits, pension plans, or other deferred compensation described as: Each party WAIVES AND GIVES UP his/her interest in any and all retirement benefits, pension plans, or other deferred compensation of the other party: 4. DIVISION OF REAL PROPERTY (Land and Buildings) Section A is for one piece of property. Section B is for another, separate property. A. Real property located at (address). The legal description of this property, as quoted from the DEED to the property* is: * If you do not provide a correct legal description, you may have to come back to court to amend the Decree to include the correct legal description. The real property ( A ) described above is awarded as the sole and separate property of: Husband or Wife Shall be sold and the proceeds divided as follows: % or to Husband % or to Wife Page 2 of 4
13 B. Real property located at (address). The legal description of this property, as quoted from the DEED to the property* is: * If you do not provide a correct legal description, you may have to come back to court to amend the Decree to include the correct legal description. The real property ( B ) described above is awarded as the sole and separate property of: Husband or Wife Shall be sold and the proceeds divided as follows: % or to Husband % or to Wife Continues on attached page(s). 5. DIVISION OF COMMUNITY DEBT (Debts incurred during the marriage) (You should see a lawyer about how to divide secured and unsecured debts.) Community debts shall be divided as follows: Amount to be paid by Husband Creditor Name Amount Owed a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. Continues on attached page. Amount to be paid by Wife 6. Any debts or obligations incurred by either party before the date of separation, that are not identified in the list above or attached, shall be paid by the party who incurred the debt or obligation and that party shall indemnify and hold the other party harmless from such debts. Page 3 of 4
14 7. SEPARATE PROPERTY. (Property acquired before the marriage or by gift or bequest to one party.) Property recognized as the separate property of the Petitioner or Respondent, is assigned below: Description Value To Husband To Wife 8. SEPARATE DEBT: (Debt acquired before the marriage.) Debt recognized as the separate debt of the Husband or Wife, is assigned below: Creditor Name Debt Amount Husband Pays Wife Pays Continued on attached page. SIGNATURE OF BOTH PARTIES (for Consent Decree) This Exhibit A represents the agreement of the parties as to the division of property and debt. The terms of the agreement are fair and equitable and have been reached free of coercion, duress, or threat of force. By signing below, each of us states to the court under penalty of perjury that we have read and understand this document, and that the information contained in the document is true and correct to the best of our individual knowledge and belief. Petitioner s Signature Date Respondent s Signature Date If either party is represented by an attorney, the attorney(s) must sign: Petitioner s Attorney Date Respondent s Attorney Date Page 4 of 4
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THE POCKET LAWYER Document Preparation Service p Workbook y We Help You Help Yourself UNCONTESTED DIVORCE - CALIFORNIA PART A All rights reserved. No part of this workbook may be reproduced by any means
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FLORIDA SUPREME COURT APPROVED FAMILY LAW FORM 12.905(a), SUPPLEMENTAL PETITION TO MODIFY CUSTODY OR VISITATION AND OTHER RELIEF (03/08) When should this form be used? This form should
SOUTH CAROLINA BAR Divorce and the Law GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE In South Carolina there are five grounds for divorce: separation of the spouses for at least one year (the no-fault divorce ), adultery, physical
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF BROWN COUNTY, NEBRASKA KARMA L. MEYER, vs. Petitioner, Case No. CI00-19 DECREE OF DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE MICHAEL D. MEYER, Respondent. DATE OF FINAL HEARING: June 1, 2001. DATE
Huron County Juvenile Court Instructions for: CHILD CARE POWER OF ATTORNEY AND CARETAKER AUTHORIZATION AFFIDAVIT This packet was prepared for your convenience and ease in filing a child care power of attorney
Terms and Definitions Used in family law in Nova Scotia A publication of the Court Services Division of the Nova Scotia Department of Justice May 2008 Terms and Definitions A Access........................................1
DIVORCE INTERVIEW SHEET (rev. 4/2012) We need the following information to make sure that you qualify to do your own divorce and to give you appropriate information regarding how to do your own divorce.
ATTENTION: YOU MUST FILE YOUR CASE BEFORE SUBMITTING THIS PACKET. PLEASE PROVIDE YOUR KING COUNTY CASE NUMBER WHERE REQUESTED. Always at your service For more information on how to file your case, please
Introduction to Family Law in Montana Table of Contents 1. Warning... 2 2. Where Can I Get Help?... 3 3. How to Use this Packet... 3 4. Introduction to Family Law... 4 A. Dissolution of Marriage... 4 B.
Divorce in Florida CAN YOUR MARRIAGE BE SAVED? Before you take any legal steps to end your marriage, you should make sure that you have tried all possible ways to save it. Do you want professional help
SELF- SERVICE GUIDE FOR DIVORCE CASES SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA This booklet is designed to give you in depth information about getting a divorce in Arizona and to let you know the usual steps which are
INSTRUCTIONS FOR JOINT PETITION FOR DIVORCE NO CHILDREN * * * IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE * * * THIS PACKET IS IN NO WAY INTENDED TO SUBSTITUTE FOR THE ADVICE OF A PRIVATE ATTORNEY Private Counsel Is Always Recommended
The Uncontested Divorce Process in Texas This guide is intended to help you use the divorce forms provided by www.texaslawhelp.org for an uncontested divorce. Is your divorce contested? -Or- Is your divorce
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FLORIDA SUPREME COURT APPROVED FAMILY LAW FORM 12.980(a), PETITION FOR INJUNCTION FOR PROTECTION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (06/12) When should this form be used? If you are a victim of
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DIVORCE AND SEPARATION What are the reasons for a divorce? In Virginia, you can get a divorce for six reasons. Two reasons don't need a waiting period: Adultery, sodomy or buggery. These are very difficult
Revised 04.28.15 PETITION TO MODIFY PARENTING TIME and CHILD SUPPORT PINAL COUNTY Make Changes to an Existing Order Regarding Parenting Time and Child Support INSTRUCTIONS AND FORMS Provided as a Public
Grandparent Power of Attorney (POA) Checklist Check off all statements which are true. If any statement is not true, do not check the statement. The POA cannot be filed unless all statements are checked
Tips for Filling out the Final Decree of Divorce What the Decree Means to You: A Final Decree of Divorce (Decree) is a very important document. Once it is signed by a judge, it determines the rights and
Divorce Law in Iowa When the Family Has Questions and Answers About Iowa Law on Divorce Issues Iowa Legal Aid iowalegalaid.org IMPORTANT NOTICE: READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USING ANY PART OF THIS PUBLICATION
PRO SE DIVORCE These forms, information and instructions have been developed so you will not need a lawyer to file for a no fault consensual divorce. You may file legal papers and appear in court by yourself.
DIVORCE PACKET IMPORTANT!!! 1. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR SERVICE of the Complaint! You MUST send a copy of the Divorce Complaint to the Defendant by CERTIFIED MAIL, RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED, TO BE SIGNED
IN DISTRICT COURT, COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, } Plaintiff, } } vs. } SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT }, } Civil No. Defendant. } Plaintiff and defendant have reached an agreement resolving all of the issues in this divorce
HANDLING YOUR OWN DIVORCE CASE MATERIALS FOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE PRO SE DIVORCE WORKSHOP Do I have to have a lawyer? HANDLING YOUR OWN DIVORCE CASE Under West Virginia law, you are not required to have
Tioga county DIVORCE WHERE PARTIES CONSENT TO THE DIVORCE AND NO PROPERTY NEEDS TO BE DIVIDED Self help divorce kit IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU CONSULT AN ATTORNEY!! DISCLAIMER THE STAFF IN ANY
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULES OF PROCEDURE FORM 12.901(a), PETITION FOR SIMPLIFIED DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE When should this form be used? This form should be used when a husband and wife are
1. INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS 1.01 IDENTIFICATION OF PARTIES. This agreement is made between, hereafter referred to as Husband and, hereafter referred to as Wife. 1.02 DATE OF MARRIAGE. The parties were married
NOTICE: THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS SENSITIVE DATA. (Fill in Cause number and court information exactly as it is written on the orders you want to change.) In the interest of (List children): 1 Name: 2 Name:
SUPERIOR COURT OF STANISLAUS COUNTY SELF HELP CENTER STEP-PARENT ADOPTIONS AND TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS Material prepared and/or distributed by the Superior Court Clerk s Office IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL
CHILD CUSTODY & PARENTING TIME Packet #9 Separate forms from packet before filing. SOUTHERN ARIZONA LEGAL AID, INC. CHILD CUSTODY AND PARENTING TIME FORMS AND INSTRUCTIONS USE AND DISCLAIMER These forms
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