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Form NHJB-2057-FS Petition for Divorce

Form NHJB-2057-FS Petition for Divorce

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Form NHJB-2057-FS Petition for Divorce

INSTRUCTIONS: NEW HAMPSHIRE PETITION FOR DIVORCE (Form NHJB-2057-FS)

If you wish to obtain a divorce in New Hampshire, you can file a solo petition for divorce against your spouse. This Form NHJB-2057-FS can be found on the website of the New Hampshire Judicial Branch.

New Hampshire Petition For Divorce NHJB-2057-FS Step 1: At the top of the page, write the name of the court and your case.

New Hampshire Petition For Divorce NHJB-2057-FS Step 2: In sections one and two, enter the full names, addresses and home telephone numbers of both spouses.

New Hampshire Petition For Divorce NHJB-2057-FS Step 3: In section three, give the date and location of your wedding.

New Hampshire Petition For Divorce NHJB-2057-FS Step 4: In section four, state how long you have resided in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire Petition For Divorce NHJB-2057-FS Step 5: If you do not have minor children, skip to step 7. Otherwise, in section five, enter the names, dates of birth and current address of all minor children involved in the marriage.

New Hampshire Petition For Divorce NHJB-2057-FS Step 6: Sections six through nine request various information about children. In optional section 10, if you believe you or your children could be harmed by public disclosure of the information in this petition, state the reason why. In section 11, indicate whether children are receiving any public health assistance.

New Hampshire Petition For Divorce NHJB-2057-FS Step 7: In section twelve, indicate whether the wife is pregnant.

New Hampshire Petition For Divorce NHJB-2057-FS Step 8: In section thirteen, note if any property is owned jointly or by either spouse individually.

New Hampshire Petition For Divorce NHJB-2057-FS Step 9: In section fourteen, indicate if irreconcilable differences are the reasons for divorce. If "Other," write the reason.

New Hampshire Petition For Divorce NHJB-2057-FS Step 10: In section 15a, indicate if you wish for the court to approve temporary alimony, child support, parenting plan, use of jointly owned home or other measures pending teh final ruling.

New Hampshire Petition For Divorce NHJB-2057-FS Step 11: In section 15b, indicate any such permanent rulings you wish to be issued when your divorce is approved.

New Hampshire Petition For Divorce NHJB-2057-FS Step 12: Sign and date the last page before a notary public. If you have an attorney, they should also sign the document and provide their contact information.

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