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Online Divorce Petition

Divorce process starts when you file the original petition of divorce, also known as Form D8. You have to fill three copies; one for you, one for your spouse and one for the court. You can file petition with the help of a lawyer or an online divorce petition is also available. Your spouse gets eight days to reply on the receipt of the petition.

Once your spouse returns the petition to the county court, the divorce process starts. The person who files the petition is known as ‘petitioner’ and the person responding to it is known as ‘respondent’.

The original petition for divorce is a request to the court for granting a divorce. It helps in dividing the assets and liabilities among the parties which they deserve. Before filing the petition, make sure you follow the residential requirements and grounds on which you want to file divorce. Divorce can be filed as fault or no-fault ground. In fault grounds, you can include adultery, cruelty, impotency, and mental health problems or drug addiction.

Divorce becomes successful when you file all your state specific divorce papers and forms. Every state has unique divorce laws, which means divorce process and filing the papers, varies according to the state. In most of the states, the petition forms are formatted in a different way but have unique titles like a Divorce Complaint instead of a divorce petition. Sometimes, a filing party is also known as the Plaintiff.

When you decide to file for online divorce petition, make sure that your divorce is uncontested which means you and your spouse don’t have any issues related to children. Both the parties have to disclose all the information related to their assets, liabilities, income and expenses. Spouses should also agree with the terms of divorce. You have to mention the family issues you wish to discuss with the court. These issues can be alimony, child custody, visitation, property division and debt payment.

Most of the uncontested divorces are solved without the lawyer. Filing for online divorce petition on your own will save your time and money. Both the spouses can have a complete control on the divorce case. You should be qualified enough for filing for divorce online. You should not have children under 18 and must have an idea where your spouse is currently residing; both parties should be ready to sign a mutual agreement on the property division.

Once you register yourself, both the parties have to complete an online questionnaire. These questions consist of the same things which your lawyer would have asked if you had hired a lawyer. An online support system can provide you help if you have any query. Once you finish up the process, you will be receiving the petition form through mail. You will have to pay for the services online. The price varies as per state and website.

There are many websites providing online divorce petition form. All you need to do is make a good research of this website, and register yourself. In most of the websites, they provide you with a filing information kit along with the petition form. You have to log on to an online divorce system. Secured divorce system sites include the Divorce Writer and Legal Zoom sites.

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