What are Divorce Papers and what Do they look Like?
The following sample is a generic copy of a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage which is commonly as “divorce papers.”
This is the court pleading that starts a divorce in the legal system, and this is the document that is served upon the other spouse by a deputy sheriff or other lawful process server.
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