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Divorce Forms

A marriage can be performed in a matter of minutes. But when it comes to ending one, the process is lengthier and far more troublesome. The reason for this is part policy, part practicalities. The law generally promotes marriage – in everything from the tax code to how schools deal with parents and hospitals deal with patients. From a practical point of view, separating a married couple just involves more work. Living arrangements have to be determined, property has to be divided, and child custody decisions have to be reached. Divorce proceedings must accomplish this while leaving all parties in fair shape for the future. Getting yourself organized is a major part of divorce proceedings. The various forms, questionnaires, worksheets, and checklists in this section can help you prepare.

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