Free Minnesota Divorce Forms

The state of Minnesota offers an online divorce filing system called Minnesota Guide & File. The online questionnaire helps you decide what type of divorce to file based on your answers and creates the forms required to start a divorce. This includes a Divorce with Children, Divorce without Children, Joint Divorce with Children, or Joint Divorce without Children. 

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Minnesota Divorce Forms
Minnesota Divorce Forms

Minnesota allows both contested and uncontested divorces. Uncontested divorces are called “joint” cases. For a contested divorce do not use the joint forms.

To file for an uncontested divorce without children you will need the following Minnesota divorce forms. You may not need to file all of the forms.

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To file for an uncontested divorce with children you will need the following Minnesota divorce forms. You may not need to file all of the forms.

To file for a contested divorce with children you will need the following Minnesota divorce forms. You may not need to file all of the forms.

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To file for a contested divorce without children you will need the following Minnesota divorce forms. You may not need to file all of the forms.

Feel like you need a divorce lawyer? Visit our Divorce Lawyers in Minnesota page.