Free West Virginia Divorce Forms

To file for divorce in the state of West Virginia you must meet one of the following residency requirements. Either you or your spouse must have lived in the state for at least one year OR you were married in West Virginia and you or your spouse now live in the state.

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West Virginia Divorce Forms
West Virginia Divorce Forms

Be sure to download and CAREFULLY READ the West Virginia Divorce Forms Instructions Packet. It explains the steps of the divorce process as well as each of the forms.

Below are the West Virginia divorce forms offered free by the state. You may not need all of the forms depending on the circumstances of your case.

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West Virginia Divorce Forms Instructions Packet

West Virginia Petition For Divorce

West Virginia Petitioner’s Civil Case Information Statement

West Virginia Vital Statistics Form

West Virginia Child Support Withholding Form

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West Virginia Divorce Acceptance of Service

West Virginia Family Court Financial Statement

West Virginia Notice of Hearing

West Virginia Divorce Certificate of Service

West Virginia Family Court Parenting Plan

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West Virginia Motion To Adopt Individual Proposed Parenting Plan

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