According to the State of North Dakota Divorce Laws, to get divorced in North Dakota, the spouse filing for divorce must have been a resident of the state for at least 6 months before filing the case. If the defendant is a resident of North Dakota, the divorce must be filed in the county where the defendant resides.
If you qualify for the above requirements, and are considering filing legal separation papers in the state of North Dakota, then here is the list of divorce forms you will need to fill out.
- Admission Of Service
- Affidavit Of Service By Mail
- Divorce Decree
- Financial Affidavit
- Marital Settlement Agreement
- Notice Of Entry By Decree
We also recommend you to visit North Dakota State Judicial Branch website to find out any other updates and divorce papers filing requirements. Also, all North Dakota courts use the same basic set of divorce forms. But some courts have special, local legal separation forms, too. To see if you will need any special local divorce documents, contact your court clerk or your local county court’s website.
- Instructions — Self Represented Divorce Form Instructions
- Form 1 — Summons
- Form 2 — Complaint
- Form 3 — Verification
- Form 4 — Settlement Agreement
- Form 5 — Property and Debt Listing
- Form 6 — Admission of Service
- Form 7 — Affidavit of Proof for Stipulated Judgment
- Findings — Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Order for Judgment (for judge to sign)
- Judgment [Redacted] — Judgment with private information redacted
- Judgment — Judgment with no redactions