New Hampshire divorce forms:Affidavit as to Military Service
Sadly, over 50% of marriages fail. To add insult to injury, divorce proceedings can take years and cost thousands of dollars in legal fees. However, it is possible to file your own divorce in New Hampshire for no more than the state divorce form filing fees. This page provides all of the forms you need to initiate your do-it-yourself divorce in New Hampshire.
File a Petition for Divorce, Petition for Divorce (Joint), Petition for Legal Separation, Petition for Legal Separation (Joint), Petition for Civil Union Dissolution, or Petition for Civil Union Dissolution (Joint) depending on what you need. Note: (Joint) means filing jointly with your spouse or partner. You then can file a Parenting Petition or Parenting Petition (Joint) , a Parenting Plan, Agreement and parenting Plan Order Designating School District, Decree on Parenting Petition (used for temporary for final order for a parenting petition), Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA) Affidavit, Extra Page for Petitions (or UCCJEA Affidavits), GAL Statement, and Child Support Guidelines Worksheet if you have children involved in the marriage or civil union. Your spouse or partner (if you did not file your Divorce, Legal Separation or Civil Union Dissolution jointly) must then file an Affidavit of Receipt of Service. You must also file an Affidavit of Non-Cohabitation, a Vital Statistics Form, a Personal Data Sheet, and a Financial Affidavit. If you cannot get a current Financial Affidavit from your spouse file an Affidavit of Impossibility. You can then file a Final Decree on Divorce , Legal Separation, or Civil Union Dissolution to officially get a Divorce, become legally separated, or get your civil union dissolved.
In New Hampshire, Divorces are handled by the The Judicial Branch of New Hampshire. It is quite possible to avoid lawyers' fees by filing for your own divorce in New Hampshire. You can download 24 of the forms you need to petition for divorce here - see the "who must file" section to determine which forms are relevant in your situation.
This is a form that states that your spouse defaulted by not turning in a necessary Divorce form and whether or not they are in the military or not.
This is a form stating that it was impossible to get a current Financial Affidavit from your spouse for whatever reason.
This is a form stating that you are not living with your spouse.
This is a form stating that you received a certain Petition.
This is a form in which parents decide where their child(ren) will go to school.
This is a form used to calculate child support payments and to figure out who pays child support.
This is a form for if a parent is trying to get out of having to attend the child impact seminar.
This is a form listing where the minor child(ren) lived during the last five years as well as who lived with them at that time.
This is a form for filing a temporary or final order on a parenting petition.
This is a form for finally ending a marriage, become legally separated, or end a civil union.
This is a form for listing monthly income, assets and debts for both individuals getting divorced.
This is a form for fees and expenses in cases of Divorce and Parenting.
This is a form for making a parenting plan.
This is a form for filing for custody of the child(ren).
This is a form for filing jointly for custody of the child(ren).
This is a form for giving personal information for divorces, legal separation, and civil unions.
This is a form to dissolve a civil union.
This is a joint petition to dissolve a civil union.
This is a form to file for Divorce.
This is a form to file for Divorce jointly.
This is a form for filing for legal separation.
This is a form for filing for legal separation jointly.
This is a form for dealing with child custody.
This is a form for getting the statistics on Divorce, Civil Unions, Legal Separations, and Annulment.
These New Hampshire divorce forms are sourced from the The Judicial Branch of New Hampshire at http://www.courts.state.nh.us/fdpp/forms/allforms.htm#divorce. Please note that while we do our best to ensure this list of forms is complete and up-to-date, we cannot be held responsible for omissions or errors in the information we provide. If you notice a mistake on this page, please let us know and we will fix it as soon as possible.