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Form FA-4111 Joint Petition Without Minor Children
Form FA-4111 Joint Petition Without Minor Children

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INSTRUCTIONS: WISCONSIN JOINT PETITION WITHOUT MINOR CHILDREN (Form FA-4111) Wisconsin couples without children who can cooperate throughout the divorce process may file a joint petition for separation. This article discusses the joint petition filed by couples without minor children. This Form FA-4111 is available on the website of the Wisconsin Court System. Wisconsin Joint Petition Without Minor Children FA-4111 Step 1: Enter the full name and address of both spouses, as well as the name of the county in which you are filing this petition. Indicate whether you are seeking divorce or legal separation. Wisconsin Joint Petition Without Minor Children FA-4111 Step 2: Sections A and B request basic information about the husband and wife, including their birth date, whether they are a member of the army, and how long they have lived in the county in question and the state of Wisconsin. Wisconsin Joint Petition Without Minor Children FA-4111 Step 3: Section C concerns both the date and location of your marriage as well as both parties' previous marital histories, if any. You should also note any legal actions relating to your marriage which have taken place. Wisconsin Joint Petition Without Minor Children FA-4111 Step 4: In section D, note whether you have no children or list any adult children over the age of 18. Indicate whether the wife is currently pregnant. If you are attaching a written agreement about alimony and property division, indicate this. Wisconsin Joint Petition Without Minor Children FA-4111 Step 5: Under the section beginning "We ask that the court," note if you wish for an order to issued concerning maintenance payments. Wisconsin Joint Petition Without Minor Children FA-4111 Step 6: Both husband and wife should print and sign their name, along with the date. A notary public is not required.
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  • INSTRUCTIONS: WISCONSIN JOINT PETITION WITHOUT MINOR CHILDREN (Form FA-4111)

    Wisconsin couples without children who can cooperate throughout the divorce process may file a joint petition for separation. This article discusses the joint petition filed by couples without minor children. This Form FA-4111 is available on the website of the Wisconsin Court System.

    Wisconsin Joint Petition Without Minor Children FA-4111 Step 1: Enter the full name and address of both spouses, as well as the name of the county in which you are filing this petition. Indicate whether you are seeking divorce or legal separation.

    Wisconsin Joint Petition Without Minor Children FA-4111 Step 2: Sections A and B request basic information about the husband and wife, including their birth date, whether they are a member of the army, and how long they have lived in the county in question and the state of Wisconsin.

    Wisconsin Joint Petition Without Minor Children FA-4111 Step 3: Section C concerns both the date and location of your marriage as well as both parties' previous marital histories, if any. You should also note any legal actions relating to your marriage which have taken place.

    Wisconsin Joint Petition Without Minor Children FA-4111 Step 4: In section D, note whether you have no children or list any adult children over the age of 18. Indicate whether the wife is currently pregnant. If you are attaching a written agreement about alimony and property division, indicate this.

    Wisconsin Joint Petition Without Minor Children FA-4111 Step 5: Under the section beginning "We ask that the court," note if you wish for an order to issued concerning maintenance payments.

    Wisconsin Joint Petition Without Minor Children FA-4111 Step 6: Both husband and wife should print and sign their name, along with the date. A notary public is not required.

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