How to File For Divorce in New Dakota
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- OFFICIAL -

HOW TO FILE FOR DIVORCE IN NORTH DAKOTA

- STEP BY STEP GUIDE -

STEP 1 - 2 ways to download the required North Dakota divorce papers:

Option A - BLANK NORTH DAKOTA DIVORCE PAPERS

Option B - HAVE DIVORCE PAPERS FILLED IN FOR YOU!

  • $299 Professional Service

STEP 2 - You will need to meet with your spouse and fill out the following forms:

  • Summons
  • Complaint for Divorce
  • Complaint for Divorce
  • Verification
  • Financial Affidavit
  • Financial Affidavit
  • Child Support Guidelines
  • Marital Settlement Agreement (*Attach this form to the Complaint)

STEP 3 - Deliver the above listed forms to the court clerk's office in the county in which you reside. Pay the filing fee. (Contact the clerk for the amount as the fees are always changing).

STEP 4 - You will need to deliver the above forms filed with your spouse as well as the Admission of Service. It is very important that you have your spouse sign the Admission of Service upon delivery of the forms and you receive the original. You will then need to file the form with the clerk.

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REQUIREMENTS

  • Either party must be a resident for at least 6 months
  • The most common reason for divorce in 'Irreconcilable Differences'.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?

  • A divorce in North Dakota takes a minimum of 5 months.

STEP 5 - You will have to meet with your spouse to fill out the Stipulation form and have the following forms attached:

  • Complaint
  • Marital Settlement Agreement

The Stipulation and the attached forms must be sent to the clerk's office for filing.

Schedule a hearing date with the clerk at this time.

STEP 6 - You will need to go to your court hearing date and bring copies of all the forms that have been filed with the clerk including a completed Decree of Divorce with the Stipulation form attached.

STEP 7 - After the Judge has signed your Decree of Divorce you will have to go to the clerk's office and file the original. The clerk will give you a copy for your records and now the divorce process in North Dakota has been finalized.

 

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