Divorce

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A step-by-step guide to the divorce forms.

If both parties agree on all the elements of the divorce this Web Site can help you do it on your own, saving thousands of dollars in legal fees.

First, find out the name and address of the County Court that applies to you (your place of residence).

  1. Check Item 1: American Divorce - Grounds for Divorce
    Look up your state of residence and verify the grounds for divorce that apply to your case.
  2. American Divorce:
    • First examine the Demo, then fill up the Form and submit
    • You will get a PDF Result file
    • Print 2 copies of the Document; you may save it on your Hard Disk
  3. Financial Disposition (Wife - financial status)
    • Examine the Demo, then fill up the Form and submit
    • This Form lists and calculates your earnings and expenses on a monthly basis. Then it will list and calculate your assets and liabilities.
    • You will get a PDF Result file
    • Print 2 copies of the Document; you may save it on your Hard Disk
  4. Financial Disposition (Husband - financial status)
    • Examine the Demo, then fill up the Form and submit
    • This Form lists and calculates your earnings and expenses on a monthly basis. Then it will list and calculate your assets and liabilities.
    • You will get a PDF Result file
    • Print 2 copies of the Document; you may save it on your Hard Disk
  5. Child Custody Act (to be filled if you have children)
    • Examine the Demo, then fill up the Form and submit
    • You will get a PDF Result file
    • Print 2 copies of the Document; you may save it on your Hard Disk
  6. What to do next

    When you are finished, you will have 2 copies of 4 forms (if you have completed the Child Custody Act):

    1. American Divorce
    2. Financial Disposition (Wife)
    3. Financial Disposition (Husband)
    4. Child Custody Act

    Both spouses should then go to a Notary Public in your neighborhood and have the forms notarized.

    Go to your County Court (the one of your residence), go there in person, inform the clerk of your intention to divorce amiably, ask him/her for their help and give him/her your 8 documents (2 copies of 4 documents). The clerk will verify your documents and assign you a case number. Then you wait to hear from the Court.

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