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Form DIV402 Petition for Dissolution without Children

Form DIV402 Petition for Dissolution without Children

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INSTRUCTIONS: MINNESOTA PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE WITHOUT CHILDREN (Form DIV402)

If you wish to file for divorce from your spouse in Minnesota and no children are involved, you may complete a form DIV402. This Minnesota Petition For Dissolution Of Marriage Without Children can be obtained from the website of the state's Judicial Branch and must be signed in the presence of a notary public.

Minnesota Petition For Dissolution Of Marriage Without Children DIV402 Step 1: In sections one through seven, enter all of the information requested regarding you, your spouse and your marriage.

Minnesota Petition For Dissolution Of Marriage Without Children DIV402 Step 2: Sections eight and nine ask you to list harassment or protection orders that have been issued, as well as any other legal procedures related to your marriage.

Minnesota Petition For Dissolution Of Marriage Without Children DIV402 Step 3: Sections ten through 17 ask you to list any children from another marriage not involved in this divorce, as well as detail both parties' income and assets.

Minnesota Petition For Dissolution Of Marriage Without Children DIV402 Step 4: Sections 18 through 27 concern both parties' assets and debts.

Minnesota Petition For Dissolution Of Marriage Without Children DIV402 Step 5: In section 28, note if you wish to change your name following the divorce, and if so to what.

Minnesota Petition For Dissolution Of Marriage Without Children DIV402 Step 6: After completing this first section, the second section requires you to state what actions you wish for the court to take. These include division of property, alimony, name changes and all other aspects you wish for the court to issue a ruling on. Detail your proposed support payments and other fiscal matters in as much detail as possible.

Minnesota Petition For Dissolution Of Marriage Without Children DIV402 Step 7: Sign and date the document in the presence of a notary public or court clerk.


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