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Name: ___________________________________ Address: _________________________________ City, State, ZIP: ____________________________ Daytime Telephone No: ______________________ Representing Self, Without a Lawyer ARIZONA SUPERIOR COURT, PIMA COUNTY ______________________________________ Petitioner/Plaintiff and Case No. _________________ ______________________________________ Respondent/Defendant PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE (DIVORCE) WITHOUT CHILDREN STATEMENTS MADE TO THE COURT, UNDER OATH 1. ABOUT ME, THE PETITIONER Name: __________________________________________________ Address: ________________________________________________ Date of Birth: __________________________ Occupation: ___________________________ Length of time I have lived in this state: _______________________ ABOUT, MY SPOUSE, THE RESPONDENT Name: ________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________ Date of Birth: __________________________ Occupation: ___________________________ Length of time my spouse has lived in this state: _______________________ ABOUT OUR MARRIAGE Date of Marriage: ________________________ City and state or country where we were married: _____________________________ 90-DAY REQUIREMENT Either I and/or my spouse, has lived or been stationed, while a member of the Armed Forces, in Arizona for at least 90 days before I filed this petition. (WARNING TO PETITIONER: IF THIS STATEMENT IS NOT TRUE, YOU CANNOT FILE FOR DISSOLUTION UNTIL IT BECOMES TRUE). 2. 3. 4. 1 dncpetition-petition dissolution of marriage.form Revised 04.14.06 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com 5. COMMUNITY PROPERTY (PROPERTY ACQUIRED DURING THE MARRIAGE) - check one box My spouse and I did not acquire any community property during the marriage. My spouse and I did acquire community property during our marriage, and it should be divided as follows: DESCRIPTION AND VALUE OF THE PROPERTY Property in each party's possession Real estate at: Legal Description: ______________________________ _____________________________________________ Real estate at: Legal Description: ______________________________ _____________________________________________ Household furniture and appliances: PETITIONER RESPONDENT Household furnishings: Other items Pension/Retirement Fund/Profit Sharing/Stock Plan/401K: Motor vehicles: Make: VIN: Make: VIN: Model: Lien Holder: Model: Lien Holder: _______________ 2 dncpetition-petition dissolution of marriage.form Revised 04.14.06 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com 6. SEPARATE PROPERTY (PROPERTY ACQUIRED BEFORE THE MARRIAGE) - check one box My spouse and I do not have any property either of us brought into the marriage. My spouse and I do have property that either of us brought into the marriage and it should be awarded as follows: Description and Value of Property ___________________________________________________ PETITIONER RESPONDENT 7. COMMUNITY DEBTS (DEBTS INCURRED DURING THE MARRIAGE) - check one box My spouse and I did not incur any community debts during the marriage. My spouse and I did incur community debts during the marriage and responsibility for these debts should be divided as follows: Description and Amount of Debt PETITIONER RESPONDENT 8. SEPARATE DEBTS (DEBTS INCURRED BEFORE THE MARRIAGE) - check one box My spouse and I do not have any debts that were incurred before the marriage. My spouse and I do have separate debts that were incurred before the marriage and the responsibility for these debts should be divided as follows: Description and Amount of Debt PETITIONER RESPONDENT 9. TAX RETURNS - check one box After the Judge or Commissioner signs the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage (Divorce), my spouse and I will pay federal and state taxes as follows: For previous years (the years we were married but not including the year the Decree was signed), my spouse and I will file joint federal and state income tax returns. In addition, for these previous years, my spouse and I will pay and hold the other harmless from ½ of all additional income taxes, if any, and all other costs, and we will share equally in any refunds. For the calendar year that the decree was signed, my spouse and I will file separate federal and state income tax returns and each will give the other party all necessary documentation to do so. Other - describe any other tax arrangements you wish the Court to award 3 dncpetition-petition dissolution of marriage.form Revised 04.14.06 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com 10. SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE (ALIMONY) - check the box that applies to you Neither party is entitled to spousal maintenance (alimony). Petitioner OR Respondent is entitled to spousal maintenance because: (check ANY boxes that apply. At least one must apply to get spousal maintenance) Person lacks sufficient property to provide for his or her reasonable needs Person is unable to support himself or herself through appropriate employment Person lacks earning ability in the labor market adequate to support himself or herself Person contributed to the educational opportunities of the other spouse Person had a marriage of long duration and is now of an age that precludes the possibility of gaining employment adequate to support himself or herself PREGNANCY Wife is not pregnant OR Wife is pregnant and the baby is due on My spouse and I are the parents of the child, OR I am not the parent of the child, OR My spouse is not the parent of the child. 11. and, (check one box below) 12. OTHER STATEMENTS MADE TO THE COURT UNDER OATH - To obtain a divorce, you must be able to tell the Court that each of the following statements is true. If any of the statements is not true you cannot file for divorce until all the statements are true. TRUE My marriage is irretrievably broken and there is no reasonable prospect of reconciliation. TRUE My marriage is not a covenant marriage. TRUE The conciliation requirements under Arizona law either do not apply or have been met. REQUESTS I MAKE TO THE COURT 1. 2. DISSOLUTION (DIVORCE): Dissolve the marriage and return each party to the status of a single person. NAMES: Restore wife husband to her or his former name of _________________________________. Note: If you are not the person who is requesting to have your former name restored, the Court must have a written request from the party who wants his or her name restored. SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE (ALIMONY): Neither party is entitled to spousal maintenance