Free Mutual Petition for Divorce

Mutual Petitions for Divorce are used when both parties agree to end their marriage in an amicable manner. In a mutual petition for divorce, both parties will file for the divorce, the support and custody of any children, the division of property and other legal matters that have been previously agreed to by the parties.

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NO. _________________________
IN THE MATTER OF                               §                      IN THE ___________ COURT

THE MARRIAGE OF                                          §


___________________________                         §                      _______________ COURT


AND                                                                                              §


____________________________   §                  _________________ COUNTY, _________
We, ________[name], Husband, and ________[name], Wife, make the following statements:

We both are requesting a dissolution of our marriage.
Husband is a resident of County of ________, State of ________, and has been a resident since ________[date]. Wife is a resident of ________ County, State of ________, and has been a resident since ________[date].
We were married to each other on ________[date] in the City of ________, County of ________, State or Country of ________.
Our marriage is ________[irretrievably broken or has serious, permanent differences or as statutorily authorized].
Together, we have no minor or dependent children and Wife is not pregnant.
We have made a marital settlement agreement dividing our property and our bills. We are satisfied with this agreement. The attached agreement was signed freely and voluntarily by each of us, and we intend to be bound by it.
We understand that we each may have legal rights against each other arising out of the marriage and that by signing this request we may be giving up those rights.
Neither of us is a member of the military.
We ask the court to dissolve our marriage and enforce the marital settlement agreement.

[Signature, Verification, see Captions, Prayers, Etc.]

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