Free Nebraska Divorce Forms

In the state of Nebraska, each district court has rules that may apply in your case. You should check with your local clerk of court to make sure you file all of the necessary forms. If you don’t file all of the required forms, the court may throw out your case.

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Nebraska Divorce Forms
Nebraska Divorce Forms

To file for divorce in Nebraska, you or your spouse must have lived in Nebraska for at least one year before filing for divorce. The only exception is when you were married in Nebraska, have been married less than one year, and have lived in Nebraska the entire time since your marriage.


To file for an uncontested divorce with no children, you will need the following Nebraska divorce forms:

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Nebraska Complaint For Dissolution of Marriage Without Children

Nebraska Complaint For Dissolution of Marriage Without Children Instructions

Nebraska Confidential Employment and Health Insurance Information

Nebraska Voluntary Appearance

Nebraska Praecipe For Summons or Personal Appearance

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Nebraska Notice of Hearing

Nebraska Decree of Dissolution of Marriage With No Children

To file for an uncontested divorce with children, you will need the following Nebraska divorce forms:

Nebraska Complaint For Dissolution of Marriage With Children

Nebraska Complaint For Dissolution of Marriage With Children Instructions

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Nebraska Confidential Employment and Health Insurance Information

Nebraska Confidential Social Security, Gender, Birth Date Information

Nebraska Voluntary Appearance

Nebraska Praecipe For Summons or Personal Appearance

Nebraska Certificate of Completion Of Parenting Education Course

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Nebraska Financial Affidavit For Child Support

Nebraska Notice of Hearing

Nebraska Decree of Dissolution of Marriage With Children

Nebraska Parenting Plan Joint Legal and Physical Custody

Nebraska Parenting Plan Joint Legal and Sole Physical Custody

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Nebraska Parenting Plan Sole Legal and Sole Physical Custody With One Parent

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