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Procedures & Information

This information is being provided to you to assist you in filing a Joint Simplified Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. This type of dissolution procedure is not available to everyone. There are limitations on, among other items, the length of the marriage, the amount of property owned and the income of the parties. You should read this information carefully to see if this procedure is available to you. Also included is general information on Dissolution of Marriage and instructions for completing the necessary forms.

GENERAL INFORMATION CONCERNING SIMPLIFIED DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

A Dissolution of Marriage (commonly referred to as a divorce) is a serious legal step which should not be taken without considerable thought. If you are considering such a proceeding, you should note the following:

This information is being provided to you to assist you in filing a Joint Simplified Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. This type of dissolution procedure is not available to everyone. There are limitations on, among other items, the length of the marriage, the amount of property owned and the income of the parties. You should read this information carefully to see if this procedure is available to you. Also included is general information on Dissolution of Marriage and instructions for completing the necessary forms. A Dissolution of Marriage (commonly referred to as a divorce) is a serious legal step which should not be taken without considerable thought. If you are considering such a proceeding, you should note the following:

  • It is in the best interests of each of the parties to consult attorneys regarding the dissolution of their marriage. An attorney can give you important information about your individual rights in the proceedings.
  • You should not rely exclusively on this web site which is intended only as a guide for self representation. It does not tell you about your rights and responsibilities.
  • Marriage counseling services are available to you in your community.
  • If you use this joint simplified proceeding you will lose any right you may have to maintenance (commonly known as alimony). Once you lose the right to maintenance in a legal proceeding, you can never again obtain maintenance from your former spouse.
  • You and your spouse remain married and cannot remarry until a Judgment dissolving your marriage is signed by the Judge.

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