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Your DYI Divorce Papers including a petition will need to be notarized. And in addition to petition, you will have a number of other forms to fill out. These DYI Divorce Papers vary from state to state. Once you've filed your petition and paid a filing fee, court will issue a summon informing your spouse that you have filed for Divorce. Alternately, in some states, you may be responsible for sending paperwork to your spouse, which your spouse will then sign, notarize, and return.
To complete your DYI Divorce Papers, a paralegal, or a legal document assistant can help you to prepare necessary legal forms. You should always seek references before you hire a paralegal for filing your DYI Divorce Papers. Even your County Court may have a facilitator, available to give you a free advice on DYI Divorce Papers.
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