To file for divorce in Pennsylvania, you, your spouse, or both must have lived in the state for at least six months. Pennsylvania recognizes both fault and no-fault divorces. Additionally, Pennsylvania offers three types of divorces.
The three types of divorce in Pennsylvania are 1) divorce by mutual consent, 2) an uncontested divorce, and the fault-based divorce. If you’re filing for a fault-based divorce, you will have to prove your case to the judge.
To file for a no-fault with mutual consent divorce (called a3301 (c) (1) divorce) , you will need the following Pennsylvania divorce forms. You may not need all of the forms.