Response To Petition For Dissolution Of Non Covenant Marriage With Children {DRDC31f} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Arizona

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Response To Petition For Dissolution Of Non Covenant Marriage With Children {DRDC31f} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Arizona

Response To Petition For Dissolution Of Non Covenant Marriage With Children {DRDC31f}

This is a Arizona form that can be used for Family Law within Local County, Maricopa, Superior Court.

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251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 1 of 14 DRDC31f ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Person Filing: (A) Address (if not protected): City, State, Zip Code: Telephone: Email Address: ATLAS Number: Representing Self, without a Lawyer or Attorney for Petitioner OR Respondent SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA IN MARICOPA COUNTY Case Number: (C) Name of Petitioner (B) / Party A ATLAS Number: (if applicable) RESPONSE TO PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF A NON - COVENANT MARRIAGE (DIVORCE) WITH MINOR CHILDREN Name of Respondent / Party B STATEMENTS TO THE COURT, UNDER OATH OR AFFIRMATION: 1.INFORMATION ABOUT MY SPOUSE Name: Address : Date of Birth : Job Title : Starting with today, number of months/years in a row, my spouse has lived in Arizona: 2.INFORMATION ABOUT ME Name: Address : Date of Birth : Job Title : Starting with t oday, number of months/years in a row, I have lived in Arizona: 3.INFORMATION ABOUT OUR MARRIAGE Date of Marriage: City and state, or country where we were married: American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 2 of 14 DRDC31f010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED (Check box below if true.) We have a covenant marriage. I have attached a copy of my marriage license to show that we have a covenant marriage. (Warning: If this statement is true, divorce cannot be granted based on a petition filed relating to a NON-Covenant marriage. You may skip to page 8to the C the Petition for Dissolution of Non-Covenant Marriage, and then petition the Court for a Dissolution of a Covenant Marriage, if you want a divorce.) Our marriage is irretrievably broken and there is no reasonable prospect of reconciliation. (Our marriage is over.) The conciliation requirements under Arizona law, A.R.S. 247 25-381.09 either do not apply or have been met. OR Our marriage is not irretrievably broken and there are reasonable prospects of reconciliation. The conciliation requirements under Arizona law, A.R.S. 247 25-381.09 either apply or have not been met. Explain to the Court why you disagree with statement (that the marriage is irretrievably broken): Summary of what I say about OUR MARRIAGE that is different from what my spouse said in the Petition: 4.90 DAY REQUIREMENT: Neither I nor my spouse have lived, or have been stationed while amember of the Armed Forces, in Arizona for at least 90 days before my spouse filed this action.(WARNING: If this statement is true, your spouse cannot proceed. You may skip to page 8the case, and then petition the court for a divorcewhen the statement IS true.) 5.DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: (Check the box that is true. If you intend to ask for joint legal decision-making(joint legal 247 25-403.03): Domestic violence has not occurred, OR Domestic violence has occurred but it has not been significant. There has been significant domestic violence. SUMMARY OF WHAT I SAY ABOUT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE THAT IS DIFFERENT FROM WHAT MY SPOUSE SAID IN THE PETITION: American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 3 of 14 DRDC31f010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 6. CHILDREN COMMON to THE PARTIES WHO ARE LESS THAN 18 YEARS OLD: There are no children under the age of 18 either born to or adopted by Party A and Party B. NOTE: if you checked this box, stop. You should be using the petition packet to get a divorce without children. This Court does not have jurisdiction to determine legal decision-making (legal custody) concerning minor child(ren) common to the parties under Arizona law because the minor children have not lived with Party A or Party B in Arizona for at least 6 months prior to the Petition being filed. Explain: (There are other reasons why the court may not have jurisdiction due to the residence of the children. See a lawyer for help.) This Court has jurisdiction to determine legal decision-making (legal custody) concerning the minor child(ren) common to the parties under Arizona law because the minor child(ren) have lived with Party A or Party B in Arizona for at least the 6 months prior to the Petition being filed. Listed below are children still under the age of 18 born to or adopted by Party A and Party B, and where indicated, born before the marriage. Birthdate: Born prior to marriage Address: Length of Time at Address: Child Birthdate: Born prior to marriage Address: Length of Time at Address: Birthdate: Born prior to marriage Address: Length of Time at Address: Birthdate: Born prior to marriage Address: Length of Time at Address: Birthdate: Born prior to marriage Address: Length of Time at Address: Information for additional children is liste d on attached page(s), made part of this document. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 4 of 14 DRDC31f010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 7. PREGNANCY (Check box to indicate whether either party is currently pregnant, etc.) Party A is or is not pregnant, OR Party B is or is not pregnant, If either party is pregnant, the baby is due on (date), (and, check one box below): Party A and Party B are the parents of the child, OR Party A or Party B is not a parent of the child. 8. SUMMARY OF WHAT I WANT OR SAY CONCERNING OUR MINOR CHILD(REN) THAT IS DIFFERENT FROM WHAT MY SPOUSE SAID OR ASKED FOR IN THE PETITION and AFFIDAVIT OF MINOR CHILDREN. 9. INFORMATION ABOUT PROPERTY and DEBTS. 9.a. COMMUNITY PROPERTY: (Property acquired during the marriage) (Check one box.) Party A and Party B did not acquire any community property during the marriage, OR Party A or Party B did acquire community property during the marriage, and should divide it as follows: (List the property and the value of the property, and check the box to tell the Court who should get the property.) WARNING: You must be specific. You must describe the property that should go to you, and then check the box, and describe the property that should go to your spouse, and check the box. For example, under household furnishings you could say, blue and white living room sofa, and then check the box to say whether it should go to you, or to your spouse. Never list an item and then check both Party B and Party A boxes. Party A Party B Value Real estate located at: $ Legal Description: Real estate located at: Party A Party B Value $ Legal Description: American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 5 of 14 DRDC31f010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Household furniture and appliances: Party A Party B Value $ $ $ $ $ Household furnishings: Party A Party B Value $ $ $ $ Other items: Party A Party B Value $ $ $ $ Pension/retirement fund/profit sharing/stock plan/401K: Party A Party B Value $ $ Motor vehicles: Party A Party B Value Make $ Model VIN Lien Holder Motor vehicles: Party A Party B Value Make $ Model VIN Lien Holder American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 6 of 14 DRDC31f010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 9.b. SEPARATE PROPERTY. (Check all boxes that apply.) Party A does not have any separate property. Party B does not have any separate property. Party A has separate property that was brought into the marriage. Award this property to Party A as described below. Party B has separate property that was brought into the marriage. Award this property to Party B as described below. Separate Property: (List the property and the value of the property, and check the box to tell the Court who should get the property.) DESCRIPTION OF SEPARATE PROPERTY: Party A Party B Value $ $ $ $ 9.c. COMMUNITY DEBTS (Debt that was incurred during the marriage): (Check one box.) Party A and Party B did not incur any community debts during the marriage, OR Party A and Party B should divide the responsibility for the debts incurred during the marriage as follows: DESCRIPTION OF DEBT: Party A Party B Amount Owed $ $ $ $ American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 7 of 14 DRDC31f010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 9.d. SEPARATE DEBTS. (Check all boxes that apply.) Party A and Party B do not have any debts that were incurred prior to the marriage or sep

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