Divorce Papers
Divorce Papers
Divorce Papers

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HOW TO FILE FOR DIVORCE IN IDAHO

- INSTRUCTIONS -

Step 1 - 2 ways to download the required Idaho divorce papers:

Option A - BLANK IDAHO DIVORCE PAPERS

Option B - DIVORCE PAPERS FILLED IN FOR YOU

  • $299 Professional Service

Step 2 - The person who files for divorce must complete the following forms, submit them to the Idaho Circuit Court Clerk's Office in the county where he or she resides (find which court house here), and pay the filing fee of $76.00-$129.00, depending on the county where you file.

  • Child Support Affidavit
  • Child Support Worksheet
  • Complaint for Divorce (if you have children)
  • Complaint for Divorce (if you do not have children)
  • Divorce Summons
  • Parenting Plan

If you have children, the clerk will provide you with a certificate to attend parental classes. This class must be completed before your final hearing.

 

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Step 3 - Next, you must serve your spouse the following forms.

  • Acknowledgement of Service by Defendant and Consent
  • Certificate to Enter Parental Program
  • Child Support Affidavit
  • Child Support Worksheet  
  • Complaint For Divorce (if you have children)
  • Complaint For Divorce (if you do not have children)
  • Divorce Summons
  • Parenting Plan

Step 4 - After you receive the Acknowledgement of Service by Defendant and Consent, you must file it with the clerk's office.

Step 5 - You and your spouse must wait 20 days and complete the following forms in the meantime:

  • Child Support Transmittal
  • Divorce Decree
  • Sworn Stipulation for Entry of Decree of Divorce

File these forms with the court and be sure to bring copies as well as two stamped envelopes — one with your address and one with your spouses'. The clerk’s office will notify you of your court hearing date.

Step 6 - Attend your hearing. Upon successful completion of all the steps and the hearing, the judge will authorize your Divorce Decree. This will complete your divorce in Idaho. 

 

 

 

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