Divorce Forms

Divorce With Children and With Agreement

This form packet may be helpful for spouses that want to ask the court for a divorce AND
1. One or both spouses have lived in Indiana for the last six months; and
2. 
One or both spouses have lived in their current county for at least the past three months; and  
3. The spouses have biological or adopted minor children together; and
4. The spouses have an agreement on custody, parenting time and how property (including housing, cars and retirement accounts) and debts should be divided.

 

These Divorce With Children and With Agreement forms can be printed and completed with handwritten answers, or they can be filled out on the computer and then printed.

Divorce With Children and Without Agreement

This form packet may be helpful for spouses that want to ask the court for a divorce AND
1. One or both spouses have lived in Indiana for the last six months; and
2. 
One or both spouses have lived in their current county for at least the past three months; and  
3. The spouses have biological or adopted minor children together; and
4. The spouses DO NOT HAVE an agreement on custody, parenting time and/or how property and debts should be divided.

 

These Divorce With Children and Without Agreement forms can be printed and completed with handwritten answers, or they can be filled out on the computer and then printed.

Divorce Without Children and With Agreement

This form packet may be helpful for spouses that want to ask the court for a divorce AND
1. One or both spouses have lived in Indiana for the last six months; and
2. 
One or both spouses have lived in their current county for at least the past three months; and  
3. The spouses do not have biological or adopted minor children together; and
4. The spouses HAVE on agreement on how property and debts should be divided.

 

These Divorce Without Children and With Agreement forms can be printed and completed with handwritten answers, or they can be filled out on the computer and then printed.

Divorce Without Children and Without Agreement

This form packet may be helpful for spouses that want to ask the court for a divorce AND
1. One or both spouses have lived in Indiana for the last six months; and
2. 
One or both spouses have lived in their current county for at least the past three months; and  
3. The spouses do not have biological or adopted minor children together; and
4. The spouses DO NOT HAVE an agreement on how property and debts should be divided.

 

These Divorce Without Children and Without Agreement forms can be printed and completed with handwritten answers, or they can be filled out on the computer and then printed.

Motion to Dismiss a Divorce

This form packet may be helpful to a person that does no want the court to grant a divorce AND
1. The spouse asking for the court to dismiss the divorce is the also the spouse that filed the divorce (is the Petitioner); and
2. The court has not yet granted the divorce

 

These Motion to Dismiss forms can be printed and completed with handwritten answers, or they can be filled out on the computer and then printed.

Respondent’s Waiver of Service of Divorce Petition and Summons

This form packet may be helpful if a Respondent would rather receive a Petition for Dissolution (Divorce) and Summons by U.S. Mail or hand delivery than by certified mail, process server, or sheriff.

 

These Waiver of Service forms can be printed and completed with handwritten answers, or they can be filled out on the computer and then printed.

Filing a legal document has legal consequences. Talk to a lawyer before filing anything in court. 

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