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Form DIV1702 Joint Petition for Marriage Dissolution With Children

Form DIV1702 Joint Petition for Marriage Dissolution With Children

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MINNESOTA JOINT PETITION, AGREEMENT, AND JUDGMENT AND DECREE FOR MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION WITH CHILDREN (Form DIV1702)

Couples who agree to cooperate in obtaining a divorce involving children in Minnesota can file a joint petition. The document discussed here includes a petition, as well as the court orders to be filled out by a judge and several supplemental. The packet can be obtained from the website of the Minnesota court system.

Minnesota Joint Petition, Agreement, And Judgment And Decree For Marriage Dissolution With Children DIV1702 Step 1: Sections one through nine request various forms of information about you and your spouse's marriage.

Minnesota Joint Petition, Agreement, And Judgment And Decree For Marriage Dissolution With Children DIV1702 Step 2: Sections ten through fifteen request various forms of information about all children involved in the marriage.

Minnesota Joint Petition, Agreement, And Judgment And Decree For Marriage Dissolution With Children DIV1702 Step 3: Sections sixteen and seventeen contain your mutually agreed-upon wishes regarding custody and visitation rights.

Minnesota Joint Petition, Agreement, And Judgment And Decree For Marriage Dissolution With Children DIV1702 Step 4: Sections 18 through 25 require documentation of public benefits and Supplemental Security Income received by parents or spouse, as well as financial information about both spouses' earnings.

Minnesota Joint Petition, Agreement, And Judgment And Decree For Marriage Dissolution With Children DIV1702 Step 5: Section 26 concerns child care costs, while section 27 asks you to detail all parties' health insurance, if any.

Minnesota Joint Petition, Agreement, And Judgment And Decree For Marriage Dissolution With Children DIV1702 Step 6: Section 28 documents your agreements regarding child support payments, while section 29 concerns your agreements on alimony payments, if any.

Minnesota Joint Petition, Agreement, And Judgment And Decree For Marriage Dissolution With Children DIV1702 Step 7: Section 30 is for anyone who wishes to have their name changed after the divorce is formalized.

Minnesota Joint Petition, Agreement, And Judgment And Decree For Marriage Dissolution With Children DIV1702 Step 8: The agreement portion requires all aspects of the separation agreement concerning property, finances and children to be documented. Attachments A-C provide further documentation.

Minnesota Joint Petition, Agreement, And Judgment And Decree For Marriage Dissolution With Children DIV1702 Step 9: The court order is for a judge to complete.


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