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Uncontested Divorce Program

An "uncontested" divorce is where both you and the person you want to divorce agree to divorce and there is an agreement about what will happen to your finances and property after the divorce.  [Learn more about Divorce]

You can use this program if:

  • You and the person you want to divorce are over 18 years of age,
  • You and the person you want to divorce have no "children" under 21 years of age,
  • Your marriage has been over for at least 6 months and your relationship can't be saved, AND
  • All marital property issues, including debt, have been settled.

 

Information Checklist

You will need the following information with you when you use this program:

  • The name, previous last names (if any), current address, social security number, and phone number of the person you want to divorce.
  • A copy of your marriage certificate.
  • If you have any of the following: Settlement Agreement, Order of Protection, spousal support order, etc.

Download and print the checklist of information you will need to complete this program.

 

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  Uncontested Divorce Program

Note: You will be taken to our partner website called LawHelp Interactive.

You can "Sign Up to Save Your Work" or go directly to the program without signing up by clicking on "Get Started" or "Go". Then check to agree to the Terms of Use and click on "Continue" to begin the program.

 

About DIY Forms

Who Can Use These Programs?
You can use DIY Forms if:

  • you're a court user and you don't have a lawyer;
  • you're a legal services or pro bono lawyer or staff helping clients who can't afford a lawyer

Commercial use is prohibited and no one may charge for using these programs. When you begin the program, you will be asked to accept these terms of use.

Computer Requirements
In order to use DIY Form programs, make sure you have the following:

Note: If you're on a Mac and do not have Microsoft Word, this program will not work for you.

Help Using DIY Forms
SeeĀ Frequently Asked Questions for help using DIY Form programs.

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