Decree Of Dissolution Of Non Covenant Marriage With Minor Children {DRDC81f} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Arizona

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Decree Of Dissolution Of Non Covenant Marriage With Minor Children {DRDC81f} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Arizona

Decree Of Dissolution Of Non Covenant Marriage With Minor Children {DRDC81f}

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

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Petitioner's or Lawyer's Name: Mailing Address: Daytime Telephone: ATLAS Number: Lawyer's Bar Number: Representing [ ] Self, Without a Lawyer or [ ] Petitioner Respondent's or Lawyer's Name: Mailing Address: Daytime Telephone: ATLAS Number: Lawyer's Bar Number: Representing [ ] Self, Without a Lawyer or [ ] Respondent For Clerk's Use Only IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA, YAVAPAI COUNTY Regarding the matter of 1300DO Petitioner and DECREE OF DISSOLUTION OF NON-COVENANT MARRIAGE WITH MINOR CHILDREN [ ] and ORDER OF PATERNITY Respondent [ ] This is a Consent Decree THE COURT FINDS: 1. This case has come before this Court for a final Decree of Dissolution of Marriage. The Court has taken all testimony needed to enter a Decree, or has determined testimony is not needed to enter the Decree. This Court has jurisdiction over the parties under the law, and the provisions of this Decree are fair and reasonable under the circumstances, and are in the best interests of the minor children as to legal decision-making, parenting time and support, and the division of property and debt is fair and equitable. [] The Respondent was served by publication. This Court reserves jurisdiction until personal service is made upon Respondent to consider: [ ] The maintenance support of either spouse; [ ] The disposition of community property or debts; [ ] Child Support; [ ] Paternity/Maternity; [ ] Any other relief requested in the Petition or orders deemed necessary by the court. 2. 3. Residency Requirement: At the time this action was filed, at least one of the parties lived in Arizona for more than 90 days, or was stationed in Arizona while a member of the United States Armed Forces for more than 90 days. Page 1 of 11 DRDC81f American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Superior Court of Arizona in Yavapai County January 2013 4. Conciliation Court: The provisions relating to the Conciliation Court either do not apply or have been met. Irretrievably Broken: The marriage is irretrievably broken. Venue: The proceeding was brought in the proper county. Legal Decision-Making, Parenting Time, Support, Spousal Maintenance, Division of Property and Debt: Where it has the legal power and where it is applicable to the facts of this case, this Court has considered, approved, and made Orders relating to issues of child legal decision-making, parenting time, child support, spousal maintenance (alimony), and the division of property and/or debts. Protective Orders: The following is the effect, if any, of this Decree on any existing protective orders: 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Community Property and Debt: [] [] [] The parties did not acquire any community property during the marriage. The parties did not acquire any community debt during the marriage. The parties have agreed to a division of community property and/or debt as evidenced by their signatures on Exhibit A, attached to and incorporated into this Decree, OR There is no agreement as to division of community property and debt, but all community property and debt is divided pursuant to the Decree. [] 10. Pregnancy: [] [] Wife is not pregnant, OR Wife is pregnant and the husband [ ] IS, OR [ ] IS NOT the father of the child. 11. Spousal Maintenance: 11a. [ ] A party is entitled to an award of Spousal Maintenance/Support for the reason that the Petitioner [ ] OR the Respondent [ ] lacks enough property, including property given to him or her as part of this divorce, to provide for his or her reasonable needs, and is unable to support himself or herself through an appropriate job, or he or she is providing the primary care to a child, or children, of young age or is of a condition that he or she should not be required to look for work outside the home, or lacks earning ability necessary to support himself or herself, or contributed significantly to the educational opportunities of the other spouse, or had a marriage that lasted a long time and is of an age that may severely limit the possibility of getting a job to support himself or herself; AND Spousal Maintenance shall be modifiable in accordance with Arizona law, OR [] Superior Court of Arizona in Yavapai County January 2013 Page 2 of 11 DRDC81f American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com [] The parties acknowledge that the circumstances of their futures are unknown, but each desires that this maintenance award not be modifiable in the future for any reason. Therefore, it is ordered at this time that this spousal maintenance award shall not be modifiable for any reason. Neither party is entitled to an award of Spousal Maintenance/Support. 11b. [ ] 12. Parent Information Program: 12a. [ ] Petitioner has attended the Parent Information Program class as evidenced by the "Certificate of Completion" in the court file. OR Petitioner has not attended the Parent Information Program class AND shall be denied any requested relief to enforce or modify this decree until Petitioner has completed the class. Respondent has attended the Parent Information Program class as evidenced by the "Certificate of Completion" in the court file. OR Respondent has not attended the Parent Information Program class AND shall be denied any requested relief to enforce or modify this decree until Respondent has completed the class. 12b. [ ] 12c. [ ] 12d. [ ] 12e. [ ] 12f. [ ] 13. Paternity: [] There is/are minor child(ren) common to the parties and born prior to the marriage. Name Date of Birth 14. Child Support: (Select any that apply) 14a. [ ] Child Support has been determined in accordance with the Arizona Child Support Guidelines, OR Application of the Arizona Child Support Guidelines in this case is inappropriate or unjust. The Court has considered the best interests of the child(ren) in determining that a deviation is appropriate and makes the following findings: [] The Court finds the Guidelines amount is inappropriate or unjust because: 14b. [ ] [] [] [] Attached written agreement incorporated AND All parties signed the agreement free of duress and coercion. Other: The Court makes the following findings regarding the deviation: The Child Support Order would have been $ The Child Support Order after deviation is $ Superior Court of Arizona in Yavapai County January 2013 Page 3 of 11 DRDC81f American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 14c. [ ] Ability to pay. The Court finds that the person responsible for paying child support has the ability to pay child support: [] In the amount entered on Line 35 of the Worksheet of $ OR . [] In an adj

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