Free Vermont Divorce Forms

To file for divorce in the state of Vermont, you or your spouse must have lived in the state for at least six months. Divorces are heard by the Family Division of the Superior Court where you file.

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Vermont Divorce Forms
Vermont Divorce Forms

The Family Division of the Vermont Superior Court manages all family-related legal matters including divorce, separation, civil union dissolution, and parentage. The Family Division also decides issues of child support and custody.

Vermont offers an extensive library of free online forms related to divorce. Listed below are the most commonly used forms. For a complete list of available forms, visit the Vermont Judiciary website.

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To file for divorce with no minor children, the following Vermont divorce forms are available. You may need additional forms as directed by the court.

Vermont Divorce Acceptance of Service

Vermont Complaint For Divorce With No Minor Children

Vermont Divorce With No Minor Children Stipulation and Motion To Waive Final Hearing

Vermont Department of Health Record of Divorce or Annulment

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Vermont Final Divorce Stipulation Property, Debt and Spousal Support

Vermont Divorce Information Sheet

Vermont Notice of Appearance For Self-Represented Litigant

To file for divorce with minor children, the following Vermont divorce forms are available. You may need additional forms as directed by the court.

Vermont Divorce Acceptance of Service

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Vermont Affidavit of Child Custody

Vermont Child Support Order

Vermont Complaint For Divorce With Minor Children

Vermont Department of Health Record of Divorce or Annulment

Vermont Notice of Appearance For Self-Represented Litigant

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Vermont Final Divorce Stipulation Property, Debt and Spousal Support

Vermont Divorce Information Sheet

Vermont Parentage Stipulation

Vermont Agreement on Parental Rights and Responsibilities

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