Domestic Relations and Juvenile Standardized Forms:
Divorce With Children

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Disclaimer

Please be aware that these forms do not include instructions or legal advice regarding your rights, responsibilities, and legal options.

To be fully informed and get answers to your questions, you should seek the advice of an attorney.

To file, the Plaintiff will need:
Form 7 - Complaint for divorce with Children (Word | PDF)
Form 3 - Parenting Proceeding Affidavit (Word | PDF)
Form 1 - Affidavit of Income and Expenses (Word | PDF)
Form 2 - Affidavit of Property (Word | PDF)
Form 4 – Health Insurance Affidavit (Word | PDF)
DR Form 28/Juvi Form 10 – Request for Service (Word | PDF)
When filing, the Plaintiff may need:
Form 5 - Motion and Affidavit or Counter Affidavit for Temporary Orders (Word | PDF)
(not required, but should be filed if party wishes to have order in place during the pendency of the case)
In response, the Defendant will need:
Form 10 – Answer to Complaint for Divorce with Children (Word | PDF)
Form 1 – Affidavit of Income and Expenses (Word | PDF)
Form 2 – Affidavit of Property (Word | PDF)
Form 4 – Health Insurance Affidavit (Word | PDF)
In response, the Defendant may need:
Form 8 – Counterclaim for Divorce (Word | PDF)
(this is not required, unless the Defendant chooses to file a Counterclaim)
Form 5 – Motion and Affidavit or Counter Affidavit for Temporary Orders (Word | PDF)
(not required, but should be filed if party wishes to have orders in place during the pendency of the case)
If an agreement is reached, the parties will need:
Form 16 – Separation Agreement (Word | PDF)
Form 17 – Shared Parenting Plan* OR
Form 18 – Parenting Plan*
To finalize the case, the court will need:
Form 12 – Judgment Entry (Word | PDF)
(parties may need to provide this if required by the local court)

*Parenting Time Schedule

Check for other local court procedures.

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