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Uncontested divorce in Indiana

In order to legally end your marriage in Indiana, you can file for one of the following:

  • Contested divorce. Sometimes it seems impossible for some couples to agree on essential dissolution matters. In such cases, their only option would be hiring a lawyer and filing for a contested dissolution to later attend multiple lengthy hearings where a judge will try to figure out the best way for a couple to divorce for good. Contested dissolutions is extremely expensive for all the parties involved as an average hourly rate of a lawyer in Indiana can be up to $350.
  • Uncontested dissolution. Having agreed on all aspects of divorce such as child custody and support, alimony, as well as property division, couples can file for uncontested dissolution, which takes less time than a contested one. The main advantage of it is that spouses do not necessarily need to hire a lawyer and therefore, can save a lot of money.

Even if you decide that an uncontested option would be best, which it is, you still have to figure out how to deal with the paperwork. You will need a lot of forms to file, and finding them on the Web seems like quite a risky venture. The problem is that there are a lot of outdated ones there, which will be inevitably rejected by the court. If you want to file successfully from the first try, use OnlineDivorcer.

We are a reliable online divorce company with 12 years of experience that has helped thousands of couples to end their marriage smoothly. Ordering from us, you will get a full package of divorce forms that were picked and filled out for your case specifically.

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Filing for divorce in Indiana without a lawyer

If you decided to complete an uncontested dissolution without a lawyer’s help, follow these steps:

  • Check whether you meet the residency requirements of the state. In Indiana, at least of the spouses must have been a resident of Indiana for 6 months and a resident of a county for at least 3 months prior to filing there.
  • Find and fill out all the needed paperwork.
  • File the documents with the court of your county.
  • Serve the paperwork to your spouse. In Indiana, you can mail the copies of the documents to the other party.
  • Contact the clerk and schedule the final hearing.
  • In Indiana, you will have to attend the hearing so that the judge can review the paperwork and finalize the divorce if everything is fine.

How to complete a do it yourself divorce in Indiana?

DIY divorce in Indiana may seem like a perfect option for those who cannot afford to hire a lawyer. However, how simple is such a process? We have listed the basic steps of DIY dissolution so that you can see it for yourself:

  • Check the following aspects: 1) if you meet the criteria for residency; 2) if you and your spouse are in agreement to apply for an uncontested divorce.
  • Visit the official website of the state. You need to find all the helpful details and required divorce forms on the respective pages of the website. If you don’t know what documents you have to file, do a research or get legal assistance.
  • If you and your spouse have children, find the state custody and support guidelines, as well as the related forms. Also, find out if you need to take up parenting classes, as well as what their price and duration are.
  • Complete all the forms. While filling in the papers, you have to google each unknown word in order to avoid providing incorrect or incomplete answers.
  • Find out whether you need to attend law classes to represent yourself in court without an attorney.
  • Now you can print the documents and sign them. Please note that some forms can only be signed in front of a notary.
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Indiana divorce forms

In the course of divorce filing, you will need to complete a lot of forms, such as the following ones:

  • Petition for Dissolution
  • Summons
  • Appearance
  • Settlement Agreement and Decree

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In order to get your Indiana divorce forms filled out, you will need to have the following information on your hands:

  • Your and your spouse’s full name and date of birth.
  • Date and location of your marriage.
  • Your and your spouse’s current address, as well as the address of all real property you own.
  • Full names, dates of birth, and current address of your children.
  • Information about your income, debt, insurance, and taxes.
  • Workplace information – both yours and spouse’s.
  • Info about vehicles you both own, such as model, make, year, and VIN.
  • SSN and driver’s license number.
  • Information about any previous court cases involving you or your children.
  • Description of property you and your spouse own.
  • Financial accounts information.

There might be some additional details required depending on your individual case.

Things you need to know

Filing

You have to file a Petition for Dissolution in the court of the county you reside in. Then the paperwork has to be sent to your ex-husband or wife by mail or served by sheriff/process server.

Residency Requirements

Before filing, at least one spouse must have lived in Indiana for a minimum of 180 days and been a resident of a county for 90 days.

Waiting Period

The waiting period in Indiana is at least 60 days. You will no be able to schedule a hearing until itpasses.

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Getting a divorce in Indiana with a child

Parents who have minor kids and are filing for divorce need to know the following before starting the process:

  • Indiana courts determine custody based on child’s best interests. However, judges also take into account the age and gender of the child, the wishes of parents, and the relationships of a child with parents. Usually, the court is inclined to grant joint custody if the family dynamics are fine.
  • If the child is above 11 years of age, his or her wishes regarding the custody will be taken into consideration.
  • The state courts always encourage the divorcees to cooperate concerning child-related issues. If parents are unable to do so, a court will make a decision based on forenamed factors.
  • Parents in Indiana are required to take up parenting classes. They are available either online or offline.

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