In order to file for a dissolution of marriage in the State of Nebraska, residency requirements must be met for the court to accept the case. No action for dissolution of marriage may be brought unless at least one of the parties has had actual residence in this state with a bona fide intention of making this state his or her permanent home for at least one year prior to the filing of the complaint, or unless the marriage was solemnized in this state and either party has resided in this state from the time of marriage to filing the complaint.
Persons serving in the armed forces of the United States who have been continuously stationed at any military base or installation in this state for one year or, if the marriage was solemnized in this state, have resided in this state from the time of marriage to the filing of the complaint.
If you qualify for the above requirements, and are considering filing legal separation papers in the state of Nebraska, then here is the list of divorce forms you will need to fill out.
- Divorce Complaint Without Children
- Divorce Social Security
- Financial Affidavit For Child Support
- Parenting Plan
- Voluntary Appearance
- How To File For Divorce With Children
- How To File For Divorce Without Children
- Certificate Of Completion For Child Education Class
- Confidential Party Information
- Decree Of Dissolution Of Marriage With Children
- Decree Of Dissolution Of Marriage Without Children
- Divorce Complaint With Children