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Overview of North Dakota Divorce
Residency Requirements: 6 Months
Where to File: County in which the Defendant resides if he she lives in the state, otherwise in the county in which the Plaintiff resides
No-Fault Grounds: Irreconcilable Differences, Living Separate or Apart
Filing Spouse: Plaintiff
Non-Filing Spouse: Defendant
Court Title: State of North Dakota, County of ( ), In the District Court, ( ) Judicial District
Waiting Period to Re-Marry: None
North Dakota Filing Requirements
You or your spouse must meet the North Dakota residency requirements for the District Court to have jurisdiction of your case. The requirements before filing your Complaint for Divorce (the document that initiates your divorce) are as follows:
The plaintiff in good faith must be a resident of the state for six months next preceding commencement of the action. If the plaintiff has not been a resident of this state for the six months preceding commencement of the action, a separation or divorce may be granted if the plaintiff in good faith has been a resident of this state for the six months immediately preceding entry of the decree of separation or divorce.
In order to use this service, you and your spouse must agree (or eventually agree) on getting the divorce. Your spouse's participation is minimal, being he or she will only have to sign a few documents and return them to you for filing with the court.
North Dakota Grounds for Divorce
The most common "uncontested" ground for divorce in North Dakota is:
Irreconcilable differences. Irreconcilable differences are those grounds which are determined by the court to be substantial reasons for not continuing the marriage and which make it appear that the marriage should be dissolved.
North Dakota Divorce Laws
All of your documents will be current according to North Dakota statutes and will address over 100 issues. A few of these issues are; assets, property, current debts, future debts, insurances, retirement and pension accounts, spousal support/alimony, real estate, small businesses, tax filings, name changes, and professional fees. If you have children, our service will also address physical and legal custody arrangements, visitation schedules, child support, and health and medical coverage.
If you desire, you can visit the
North Dakota State Website for more information about North Dakota divorce laws.
North Dakota Simplified Divorce Procedures
Our service will utilize the most effective procedures in which to get an uncontested divorce. By applying these simplified rules permitted by your local court, your divorce will be simple and affordable. These court rules are as follows:
Separation agreements are specifically authorized by statute.
North Dakota Documents
Complaint for Divorce
Marital Settlement Agreement
Schedule for Visitation of Minor Children
Financial Affidavit (Plaintiff)
Financial Affidavit (Defendant)
Child Support Instructions
Child Support Worksheet
Child Support Schedule 1 - Hypothetical Federal and State Income Tax
Child Support Schedule 2 - Health Insurance
Child Support Schedule A - Imputed Income
Child Support Schedule B - Self-Employment Income
Child Support Schedule C - Multiple Families
Child Support Schedule D - Adjustment for Extended Visitation
Child Support Schedule E - Foster Care
Declaration Under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act
Entry of Appearance, Consent and Waiver of Service
Notice of Final Hearing
Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Order for Judgment