FILING JOINTLY means that both parties agree to sign all forms jointly. They agree on all issues concerning property division, maintenance, retirement division, issues concerning the children such as child support, child visitation and child custody. Both parties agree to appear in court together on the day of final hearing.
FILING SEPARATELY means that you and your spouse do not agree on one or more issues, such as division of property and retirement accounts, child visitation and child support, etc.
One spouse will be signing all the forms and filing them with the courts.
The other spouse is served by the sheriff’s department or a private process server. (We offer a $45 Process Server!)
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