Free Louisiana Divorce Forms

The state of Louisiana doesn’t offer separate divorce forms for each of the 64 parishes. Many of the parish-specific forms that are available online are either for uncontested divorces without children or for one specific parish and can’t be used elsewhere. Below are the forms we were able to locate online.

The Louisiana Civil Code recognizes two types of divorces in the state – Article 102 and Article 103. The types of divorces are far too complex for us to list. It is evident that the state prefers that you use a divorce attorney.

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Louisiana Article 103(1) Divorce Requirements

To file for an Article 103(1) divorce, all of the following must be true:

  • You and your spouse have no children under 18 that were born or adopted during the marriage
  • You and your spouse are not currently pregnant
  • You and your spouse have lived separately and part for at least 180 days
  • You or your spouse currently live in Louisiana
  • Your spouse is not currently in prison
  • Your spouse is not an active service member in the U.S. military
  • You and your spouse were not in a covenant marriage. 1

Example of a Louisiana Divorce Form

Louisiana Divorce Forms
Louisiana Divorce Forms

Louisiana Divorce Forms

Petition for 103(1) Divorce Without Minor Children (Louisiana State Bar Association)

Petition for 103(1) Divorce With Minor Children (Louisiana State Bar Association)


  1. Louisiana State Bar Association ↩︎
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