How do I file an uncontested divorce in Ohio?

Reside in the state of Ohio for at least six months prior to the filing of a complaint for divorce.Reside in the county in which you file the complaint for at least 90 days prior to the filing of the complaint.

What's the difference between a dissolution and a divorce?

The primary difference between divorce and dissolution is whether or not the parties are alleging fault of the other spouse as the grounds for the divorce. On the other hand, a dissolution can be thought of as a no-fault divorce. Fault grounds are not required for a dissolution.

How much does it cost to get a divorce in Alaska?

The court fees for filing the paperwork for a basic divorce in a Alaska court is $200.00. However, the total costs for a divorce can be much higher - especially in the case of a contested divorce, where attorney fees and mediation costs average from $15,000 to $20,000 or more.

How long does an uncontested divorce take in Alaska?

30 to 90 days

How do I start a divorce in Alaska?

You can file the same paperwork as any married couple in Alaska to get a divorce. To start a case in court, you must file a document called either a complaint or a petition, and required attachments. The kind of complaint or petition you file will depend on your situation.

What if you file for divorce then change your mind?

If your divorce has already been finalized, but you and your ex-spouse wish to change your mind, there isn't very much you can do, besides remarry. However, if you are still early on in the divorce process and you change your mind, you can still request to withdraw your petition or sign a form for voluntary dismissal.

Does Alaska have spousal support?

What is spousal support? A monthly payment of money made from one spouse to the other. Some people call this alimony, but in Alaska it is called spousal support. The court may order spousal support to be paid before the divorce is final, after the divorce, or both.

Is Alaska A 50 50 State?

Alaska is an equitable distribution state, requiring a fair but not necessarily 50-50 split of what you acquired during the marriage. The Law Offices of Dan Allan & Associates represents women or men in the Anchorage area and throughout Alaska in divorce and asset division.

Is Alaska common law state?

Alaska law does not recognize common law marriage (unless the common law marriage occurred in a different state where such marriages are recognized and the parties then moved to Alaska). An unmarried domestic partner of either sex may not have the same opportunity to a fair property settlement as a married person.