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With 123DivorceMe you complete ALL the required Vermont specific divorce forms and Marital Settlement Agreement online yourself without the cost of a lawyer. In less than 1 hour you can have your completed Vermont divorce forms ready for signing, addressing property/debt division, custody, support, name changes, and more. Instantly print your completed Vermont divorce paperwork online from your own computer, sign, and file for divorce today.
Residency Requirements: 6 Months
Where to File: County in which the Plaintiff or Defendant resides
No-Fault Grounds: Living Separate and Apart
Filing Spouse: Plaintiff
Non-Filing Spouse: Defendant
Court Title: State of Vermont, Family Court, ( ) County
Waiting Period to Re-Marry: None
You or your spouse must meet the Vermont residency requirements for the Family Court to have jurisdiction of your case. The requirements before filing your Original Complaint for Divorce (the document that initiates your divorce) are as follows:
Either party to the marriage has resided within the state for a period of six months or more, but a divorce shall not be decreed for any cause, unless the plaintiff or the defendant has resided in the state one year next preceding the date of final hearing. Temporary absence from the state because of illness, employment without the state, service as a member of the armed forces of the United States, or other legitimate and bona fide cause, shall not affect the six months' period or the one year period specified in the preceding sentence, provided the person has otherwise retained residence in this state.
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.
The most common "uncontested" ground for divorce in Vermont is:
When a married person has lived apart from his or her spouse for six consecutive months and the court finds that the resumption of marital relations is not reasonably probable.
All of your documents will be current according to Vermont 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 Vermont State Website for more information about Vermont divorce laws.
Court Information Sheet
Case Cover Sheet
Notice of Pro Se Appearance (Plaintiff)
Original Complaint for Divorce
Property and Debt Information Sheet
Notice and Acknowledgement of Receipt of Summons and Complaint
Affidavit of Child Custody
UCCJEA Information Sheet
Notice of Appearance, Answer to the Divorce Complaint, and Counterclaim
Marital Settlement Agreement
Schedule for Possession of Minor Children
Financial Affidavit (Plaintiff)
Financial Affidavit (Defendant)
Shared Custody Child Support Worksheet Instructions
Shared Custody Child Support Worksheet
Shared Custody Child Support Schedule
Sole Custody Child Support Worksheet Instructions
Sole Custody Child Support Worksheet
Sole Custody Child Support Schedule
Self-Employment and/or Spousal Support Adjustment Worksheet
Intact Family Expenditures Table
Decree of Divorce
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