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Fillable Printable Joint Complaint for Divorce - Mississippi

Fillable Printable Joint Complaint for Divorce - Mississippi

Joint Complaint for Divorce - Mississippi

Joint Complaint for Divorce - Mississippi

IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF RANKIN COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
IN THE MATTER OF THE DISSOLUTION
OF THE MARRIAGE OF JANE DOE
AND JOHN DOE CIVIL ACTION NO. ______________
JOINT COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE - IRRECONCILABLE DIFFERENCES
1.Jane Doe ("Jane") is an adult resident citizen of Rankin County, Mississippi, having
a residence address of 123 Deer Lane, Pearl, Mississippi 39208.
2. John Doe ("John") is an adult resident citizen of Rankin County, Mississippi, having
a residence address of 123 Deer Lane, Pearl, Mississippi 39208.
3. Jane and John were married on August 23, 1990, in Rankin County, Mississippi.
4. The parties have been actual bonafide resident citizens within this State for six (6)
months next preceding the filing of this Complaint.
5.Two children were born to the parties during the marriage, namely Buck Doe, born
March 1, 2000, and Bambi Doe, born March 1, 2005. There are no expectant issue.
6. The minorchildren of theparties residewith JaneandJohnat 123 Deer Lane, Pearl,
Mississippi 39208, where they have lived since birth. The parties acknowledge and affirm that they
have not participated as a party, witness, or in any capacity in any other litigation concerning the
custody of said minor children in thisor in any other state; that they have no information of any
custody proceeding concerning the minor children pending in anyCourt of this or any other State;
and that they do not know of anyperson, not a party to these proceedings, who has physical custody
of the minor children or who claims to have custodyor visitation rights with respect to said minor
children.
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7. The parties separated within the marital home in Rankin County, Mississippi, on or
about February 1, 2012, and have not cohabitated as husband and wife since then.
8. The parties desire a divorce on the ground of irreconcilable differences. Theyintend
to enter into a written agreement with respect to the custody and maintenance of their minor children
and for the settlement of all marital and property rights existing between the parties.
9. WHEREFORE, the parties respectfully move the Court to grant them a divorce on
the ground of irreconcilable differences, upon their presentation to the Court, and the Court’s
approval,of a written agreement which adequately and sufficiently provides for the custody and
maintenance of the minor children of the parties and for the settlement of all property and marital
rights and any and all other rights and obligations existing between the parties as a result of their
marriage contract and relationship.
________________________________________________________________________
JANE DOEJOHN DOE
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
COUNTY OF ______________
PERSONALLY appeared before me the withinnamed JANE DOE who acknowledged
under oath that all of the things set forth in the foregoing Joint Complaint for Divorce -
Irreconcilable Differences are true and correct as therein stated.
____________________________________
Jane Doe
SWORN TO AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME, this the ____ day of ________________,
2012.
________________________________
NOTARY PUBLIC
My Commission Expires:
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STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
COUNTY OF ______________
PERSONALLY appeared before me the within named JOHN DOE who acknowledged
under oath that all of the things set forth in the foregoing Joint Complaint for Divorce -
Irreconcilable Differences are true and correct as therein stated.
____________________________________
John Doe
SWORN TO AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME, this the ____ day of _______________,
2012.
____________________________
NOTARY PUBLIC
My Commission Expires:
PREPARED BY:
Patricia R. Williams, MSB #10286
WILLIAMS FAMILY LAW, PLLC
Post Office Box 12903
Jackson, Mississippi 39236
(601) 668-8060
patr[email protected]williamsfamilylaw.com
Attorney for Jane Doe
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