Free Missouri Divorce Forms

Missouri state law requires that one party in a divorce must have been a resident of Missouri for a minimum of 90 days. If you and your spouse never lived together in Missouri, the state will not have jurisdiction over your spouse unless the divorce is uncontested. If the divorce is uncontested and your spouse lives in another state, you should file for divorce in the state in which your spose lives.

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Missouri Divorce Forms
Missouri Divorce Forms

Missouri is one of the few states that allows you to use the same divorce forms whether or not you and your spouse have minor children.

You will need the following Missouri divorce forms to initiate a divorce:

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Missouri Divorce Forms Instructions

Missouri Petition For Dissolution of Marriage

Missouri Certificate of Dissolution of Marriage

Missouri Statement of Income and Expenses

Missouri Statement of Property and Debt and Proposed Separation Agreement Instructions

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Missouri Statement of Property and Debt and Proposed Separation Agreement

Missouri Divorce Filing Information Sheet

Missouri Parenting Plan

Missouri Schedule of Basic Child Support Obligations

Missouri Divorce Notice of Hearing

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Additional forms may be required by your local circuit clerk of court.

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