Free Georgia Divorce Forms

To file for divorce in Georgia, either you or your spouse must have lived in the state for at least 6 months immediately before the filing for divorce. You must file for divorce in the county in which you or your spouse currently live.

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Georgia Divorce Forms
Georgia Divorce Forms

To initiate a divorce without minor children in Georgia, you will need one or more of the following forms:

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To initiate a divorce with minor children in Georgia, you will need one or more of the following forms:

Georgia has numerous forms that must be used for different cases. Generally, you may file:
Divorce Complaint
Case Filing Form
Verification – must be signed and notarized
Domestic Relations Standing Order (Some Counties)
Affidavit of Poverty (to ask for waiver of fees)
Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit (DRFA)
Child Support worksheets (Divorces with children)
Parenting Plan (Divorces with children)
Summons and Sheriff’s Service form
Acknowledgment of Service
Settlement Agreement
Divorcing Parents Seminar Certificate of Completion
Final Judgment and Decree of Divorce
Domestic Relation Case Disposition Form

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