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Our online divorce papers kit contains the most current information on uncontested divorce in each state. Instructions on how to complete or start a do it yourself divorce are included, as well as fill in the blank divorce forms to file with your local county family divorce court.

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Our divorce forms and instructions are designed to give you free information on how to file for an uncontested divorce in the United States. You can download our free divorce forms and instructional paperwork to complete a do-it-yourself divorce, pro se divorce or more commonly called an uncontested divorce in the United States. Our online divorce kit is always free to download and use. We do not require you to pay a fee, register an email address or create an account to download our divorce papers and instructions documents.

Each state divorce packet includes easy to read and understand instructions on how to complete your divorce forms and file them with the family court system as well as answer common questions you and most people have about divorce in general. Our divorce forms packet may be used in both same and opposite sex marriages.

We offer convenient links to the family court systems for each state. These court websites are run and maintained by each state government. Our website is not affiliated with ANY state government or entity. We provide these links to our visitors so they may have quick access to any new or recently changed divorce laws, forms or instructions. Click here to visit your state family court website.

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In order for you to use our free divorce forms and instructions, you and your spouse must both agree on the terms and conditions of your divorce. You must also meet the residency requirements for the state or territory in which you are filing for divorce. These types of divorce are commonly referred to as uncontested divorces or simple divorces. An uncontested divorce means that you and your spouse agreed on the terms and conditions of your divorce. This will apply to both opposite and same sex marriages. This includes custody of your children, financial support of your children, spousal support, property and assets division, among other things that may or may not be applicable to your divorce case. If you and or your spouse do NOT agree on the terms and conditions of your divorce and everything listed above, then your divorce will be considered a contested divorce. In contested divorce cases it is always highly recommended that you consult with an attorney. The last thing you want to do in a contested divorce case is NOT have an attorney represent you. Divorce law and terminology can be complicated and confusing. An attorney can help you navigate through this type of divorce and legal lingo. Contested divorces can be expensive and easily cost you thousands of dollars in legal fees. You may click here to review the most common questions people have about divorce in the United States. You may use our free divorce information and forms website to download online divorce forms with instructions free of charge 24 hours a day.

We never charge a fee to download our online divorce papers or use our divorce website. Our free divorce forms packet includes all of the necessary divorce forms and instructions in both PDF and Word DOC and DOCX document formats. You will need to have software installed on your computer, tablet or mobile device with the ability to view and print PDF files as well as DOC and DOCX files in order to use our divorce forms packet. This software is usually included with your computer, tablet or mobile device. The software may also be downloaded free on the Internet as well as the Google Play and Apple stores. Select your state to begin your divorce forms.

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Divorce is never easy, but you and your spouse have both agreed to this divorce and you've reached an agreement on how to divide your property, accounts, debts, and/or child custody. You can create a Divorce Settlement Agreement to clearly define the terms of the settlement with your spouse. Use the Divorce Settlement Agreement document if: You know where your spouse is and you are in contact with him/her. You and your spouse have decided to divorce and you agree on how to divide your property and assets. You and your spouse are currently negotiating the terms of your divorce and would like to create a plan for the division. You and your spouse plan to meet with a divorce attorney together and would like to be prepared with an outline for the division of property and assets. Because you and your spouse have both agreed to the divorce, and because you agree about how to divide your property and assets, you can legally divorce using this document. A Divorce Settlement Agreement needs to be prepared together by two spouses who are in agreement about how their property, assets, debts and other marital issues will be divided or handled. The Agreement may also be used to define child custody, visitation and child support if the parties have minor children under age 18. You may only use this Divorce Settlement Agreement together with your spouse. Do your research, because each state may call this agreement by a different title. It might be known in your state as a Marital Settlement Agreement or a Marital Separation Agreement. The appropriate title for your state will be in the agreement.

Here’s what you and your spouse will have to agree on to file for uncontested divorce. It’s important that you and your spouse figure out who receives your joint assets. Note that in many states, the property you enter the marriage with is sometimes seen as separate and might not be distributed during the divorce. Property purchased during your marriage (or gifts you received) must be divided. This division doesn’t necessary have to be a 50-50 split, however it does have to be fair.

Child custody will have to be agreed uppon if you have minor children. This is one of the most important terms for you and your spouse to agree upon. Since uncontested divorces are usually more amicable than contested ones, hopefully you’ll have worked out who will maintain primary custody of your child(ren) and how often the other spouse will have visitation or custody privileges.

The spouse who is not the primary caregiver for your child(ren) will likely provide some kind of child support for the child(ren). The amount of financial support given on behalf of the child(ren) needs to be agreed upon by both spouses and may need to be changed as the child(ren) grow older.

Spousal support may or may not be appropriate depending on your situation. For example, if you and your spouse make the same wage, or if your spouse has a large trust that they brought to the marriage, then spousal support may not make sense for your uncontested divorce.

You’ll of course need to know your spouse’s address and be in contact with them to qualify for an uncontested divorce. Furthermore, in some states, there is an issue of fault vs. no-fault divorces. Generally, no-fault divorces can qualify to be uncontested divorces. Check the divorce rules and information for your state to see if you and your spouse qualify for an uncontested do it yourself divorce. Select your state to begin your divorce papers.

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