Instructions: To help you decide which divorce process is best for you, the Judicial Branch put together a series of questions. If you answer these questions, you will be directed to a divorce process that suits your situation.

You may also use the following form to help you decide which divorce options apply to you and your spouse. (Form contains links)

Frequently Asked Questionsyour divorce. However, if you are unable to do so, a trial will be scheduled and your case will be heard by a judge. The judge will make the decisions regarding alimony, custody, visitation and any other issues there may be in your case. Please note that if you and your spouse can agree on and resolve any issues between yourselves, even if you have already started your trial, you are encouraged to do so and report those agreements to the court. <

Dissolution of Marriage upon Default
A divorce (dissolution of marriage) upon default means that your spouse chose not to participate in the court action.

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Frequently Asked Questions