Thursday, July 28, 2011

Dissolution of Marriage

The dissolution of marriage is the final end. Two people who were once in love with each other now terminate the bond between them forever. There are many different reasons for the termination of the marriage financial problems, unfaithfulness and constant fighting all lead to the final solution divorce.

The United States is probably one of the easiest countries to terminate your marriage. If you have been married and have not acquired property or assets over $50,000 it is relatively easy to dissolve your union in most cases it will only take about 30 to 45 days. Such a short time to in a relationship that was supposed to last a lifetime.

You don't even need an attorney to dissolve this relationship. You can acquire the necessary paperwork at the local courthouse. You will be given a divorce packet outlining precisely how to fill out the necessary forms and file them with the court. This is titled simplified dissolution of marriage. The form is self-explanatory and mainly have questions as to how the couple will divide their assets there are instructions that will guide you through the process. This process does not find anyone at fault it just states that the parties involved cannot reconcile their differences. So if you are planning to divorce and have assets of $50,000 or less you might want to file this do-it-yourself divorce and save yourself a lot of money.

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