Dating divorce practice
Indiana men’s divorce attorneys provide answers to frequently asked questions about the divorce process and divorce laws in Indiana.
Although Indiana is a “no-fault” divorce state, the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage must declare the appropriate grounds upon which the dissolution is being sought.
A divorce complaint (or Petition for Dissolution) is filed in the county of your residence (for at least three months) in the state in which you have lived for at least six months.
The petition may be hand-filed in the clerk’s office of the county in which you are filing.
You can get a divorce even if your spouse does not want it.
Once the court issues a Decree of Divorce, you are considered divorced. Yes, these issues will all be resolved as part of the final Decree of Dissolution.
This depends on the issues relevant to each individual case, but your initial pleadings will generally include a Petition for Dissolution and Summons, to be followed by a Financial Declaration and a Child Support Obligation Worksheet if you have children.