Minnesota divorce forms
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Divorce Residency Essentials to Get Divorce in Minnesota

When filing a divorce in the State of Minnesota at least one of the spouses must have been a resident of the state for at least 180 days. (approximately six months.) There is not a requirement for living in a particular county for any length of time before the divorce papers may be filed.

Reasons for Divorce in Minnesota

There is only one ground for divorce in the state of Minnesota, which is an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. The state considers any other reason that a couple may decide to pursue a divorce to fall under this heading.

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Custody of the Children in Minnesota

In Minnesota, in an uncontested divorce, the parents can decide who will get custody of the children, and they may choose either sole or joint custody. Both parents can contribute to the decision making process requiring regarding a child’s development and well-being in a joint legal custody situation. When determining custody situations, the wishes of a mature a child as well as the parents are often considered as well as the bond between a child and any siblings, his or her home, school and community.

Minnesota Child Support Guidelines

The State of Minnesota has standard child support guidelines that apply in virtually every case except special circumstances. The income of the noncustodial parent and other child-related expenses are used when calculating child support obligations in the state. Child support is a significant factor in helping make a case uncontested so that it can be filed using a DIY divorce service such as BuyDivorcePapers.com.

Venue

Choosing a filing venue in Minnesota is simple. In Minnesota, either of the spouses may file, and they may file in the county where either spouse resides.

Divorce Mediation

At any time before you file for divorce or after it has been initiated, either of the parties may choose to submit any dispute for mediation. The parties may decide to file divorce documents on an uncontested basis if they’re able to reach an agreement through mediation.

Filing fees

The Minnesota state court filing fees are in addition to the cost of using BuyDivorcePapers.com. Check with your local courthouse to find out this exact price. We recommend getting this information straight now, so you can prepare for your affordable and fast divorce ahead of time and not have any unexpected surprises later when its time to file.

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