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Form NHJB-2058-FS Joint Petition for Divorce


Form NHJB-2058-FS Joint Petition for Divorce

INSTRUCTIONS: NEW HAMPSHIRE JOINT PETITION FOR DIVORCE (Form NHJB-2058-FS)

New Hampshire couples who wish to divorce and agree to cooperate throughout this process may file a joint petition. This article discusses the New Hampshire Joint Petition For Divorce which can be submitted in such cases. This Form NHJB-2058-FS is available on the website of the New Hampshire Judiciary.

New Hampshire Joint Petition For Divorce NHJB-2058-FS Step 1: At the top of the page, write the name of the court where you are filing and the name of your case.

New Hampshire Joint Petition For Divorce NHJB-2058-FS Step 2: Sections one and two require the names, addresses and contact information of both parties.

New Hampshire Joint Petition For Divorce NHJB-2058-FS Step 3: Section three requires you to give the date and location of your marriage ceremony.

New Hampshire Joint Petition For Divorce NHJB-2058-FS Step 4: In section four, indicate how long both parties have lived in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire Joint Petition For Divorce NHJB-2058-FS Step 5: If you do not have children, skip to step 6. Otherwise, enter all information requested about minor children in sections five through ten.

New Hampshire Joint Petition For Divorce NHJB-2058-FS Step 6: In section eleven, indicate if either party is pregnant.

New Hampshire Joint Petition For Divorce NHJB-2058-FS Step 7: In section twelve, note with a checkmark if any real estate is joined jointly, or individually by either party.

New Hampshire Joint Petition For Divorce NHJB-2058-FS Step 8: In section thirteen, choose "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for your divorce or "Other" and explain why. You may complete "Other" in addition to "irreconcilable differences."

New Hampshire Joint Petition For Divorce NHJB-2058-FS Step 9: In section fourteen, indicate with check marks all rulings you wish for the court to make, both prior to your final hearing and once the divorce is decreed.

New Hampshire Joint Petition For Divorce NHJB-2058-FS Step 10: Both parties must sign and date the document, as well as entering their state and county, at the bottom of the third and top of the fourth pages, before a notary public. Their attorneys, if any, must also sign.

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