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Complaint For Absolute Divorce

This is a District Of Columbia form that can be used for Family within Statewide, Superior Court.

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SUPERIOR COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FAMILY COURT Domestic Relations Branch PRINT YOUR NAME _________ DRB ________________ STREET ADDRESS CITY, STATE AND ZIP CODE SUBSTITUTE ADDRESS: CHECK BOX IF YOU HAVE WRITTEN SOMEONE ELSE'S ADDRESS BECAUSE YOU FEAR HARASSMENT OR HARM. RELATED CASES: _______________________________ _______________________________ PLAINTIFF, V. PRINT YOUR SPOUSE'S NAME STREET ADDRESS CITY, STATE AND ZIP CODE DEFENDANT. COMPLAINT FOR ABSOLUTE DIVORCE Action Involving Child Support yes no I, _________________________________, am the Plaintiff in this case and state that PRINT YOUR NAME 1. This Court is the proper place to decide my request for divorce and related issues because: [CHECK ALL THAT APPLY] I have been a resident of the District of Columbia for more than six months immediately before filing this Complaint. My spouse has been a resident of the District of Columbia for more than six months immediately before filing this Complaint. DC Bar Pro Bono Center (revised 10/2016) Complaint for Absolute Divorce Page 1 of 7 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 2. My spouse and I were married [CHECK ONE] by ceremony on ______________________, in ______________________________. DATE CITY AND STATE by common law on or about ___________________, in _______________________. DATE CITY AND STATE 3. My spouse and I separated on or about ________________________________________. DATE 4. I state the following about the separation: [CHECK ALL THAT APPLY] The separation has been mutual and voluntary, and has continued without interruption or cohabitation for a period of more than six months immediately before filing this Complaint. The separation has continued without interruption or cohabitation for a period of more than one year immediately before filing this Complaint. 5. I state the following with regard to my married name: [CHECK ONE] I did not change my name when I married my spouse. I changed my name when I married my spouse. I do not wish to return to a former name. I changed my name when I married my spouse and I now wish to return to my birth name or another legal name I used before my marriage. I have no illegal or fraudulent reason for making this request. The former name I want restored is: PRINT THE FORMER NAME YOU WOULD LIKE THE COURT TO RESTORE Marital Property & Marital Debt 6. I state the following about property from my marriage: [CHECK ONE] My spouse and I have no marital property. My spouse and I have an agreement resolving all of our marital property issues and I am not asking the Court to divide or distribute any marital property. My spouse and I have a written agreement resolving all of our marital property issues and I am not asking the Court to divide or distribute any marital property. DC Bar Pro Bono Center (revised 10/2016) Complaint for Absolute Divorce Page 2 of 7 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com My spouse and I have marital property that I am asking the Court to divide or distribute, and I have completed and attached the additional information required on Attachment A, which I incorporate into this Complaint. I am not sure if my spouse and I have marital property. 7. I state the following about debt from my marriage: [CHECK ONE] My spouse and I have no marital debt. My spouse and I have an agreement resolving all of our marital debt issues and I am not asking the Court to assign responsibility for any marital debt. My spouse and I have a written agreement resolving all of our marital debt issues and I am not asking the Court to assign responsibility for any marital debt. My spouse and I have marital debt that I am asking the Court to assign responsibility for, and I have completed and attached the additional information required on Attachment A, which I incorporate into this Complaint. I am not sure if my spouse and I have marital debt. Alimony 8. I state the following about my need for alimony from my spouse: [CHECK ONE] I need permanent and/or temporary alimony from my spouse and I believe my spouse has the ability to pay alimony to me. I do not want my spouse to pay alimony to me. Custody 9. I state the following about our child(ren) who are under the age of 18: [CHECK ONE] My spouse and I do not have any children together (through birth or adoption) who are under the age of 18. My spouse and I do have children together (through birth or adoption) who are under the age of 18, but I am not asking the court to decide custody at this time. DC Bar Pro Bono Center (revised 10/2016) Complaint for Absolute Divorce Page 3 of 7 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com My spouse and I do have children together (through birth or adoption) who are under the age of 18, and we have a written agreement about custody; I am not asking the court to decide custody at this time. My spouse and I do have children together (through birth or adoption) who are under the age of 18, and I am asking the court to decide custody. I have completed and attached the additional information required on Attachment B, which I incorporate into this Complaint. Child Support 10. I state the following about my request for child support: [CHECK ONE] My spouse and I do not have any children together (through birth or adoption), or our children together are over the age of 21 years and are not adult disabled children. My spouse and I do have children together (through birth or adoption) who are under the age of 21 or who are adult disabled children, but I am not asking the Court to award child support at this time. My spouse and I do have children together (through birth or adoption) who are under the age of 21 or who are adult disabled children, and we have an agreement regarding child support; that agreement is consistent with the Child Support Guideline of the District of Columbia and/or it is fair and just. My spouse and I do have children together (through birth or adoption) who are under the age of 21 or who are adult disabled children. I am asking the Court to award child support, and I have completed and attached the additional information required on Attachment C, which I incorporate into this Complaint. Attachments 11. I have included the following attachment(s): [CHECK ALL THAT APPLY] No attachments Attachment A (Marital Property and/or Marital Debt) Attachment B (Child Custody) Attachment C (Child Support) DC Bar Pro Bono Center (revised 10/2016) Complaint for Absolute Divorce Page 4 of 7 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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