A Cover Sheet (form CV-750): This tells the clerk what you’re filing.
A Complaint: This contains factual allegations required by statute saying you qualify for divorce.
A Verification: This is where you promise what you said in the Complaint is true.
A Summons (form CV-100): This tells your spouse they have 30 days to respond.
An SCRA Affidavit (form G-250): This is where you promise your spouse is not serving the military abroad, where they would be unable to respond to the divorce filings.
An SCRA Report: This is created here and proves your spouse is not in the military.
The Motion for Divorce
Another CV-750 Cover Sheet: This tells the clerk what you’re filing.
Motion for Default: A motion asking the clerk to find the defendant did not respond to the divorce filings in time.
Affidavit of Service of Process (form CV-105): This is where you promise you delivered a copy of the divorce filings to your spouse.
Proof of Service of Process: Provide evidence your spouse received a copy of the divorce filings.
Motion for Divorce Judgment: This is where you ask the court to sign a divorce decree.
Certificate of Service: This is where you promise you sent a copy of the motions to your spouse.
Judgment for Absolute Divorce (form CV-710): This is the divorce decree you’re asking the court to sign. There is a standard form used for divorce by clerk, and a less standardized approach to divorce judgments done by a judge.
Certificate of Divorce (form DHHS 2089): This is used to update public records.
Notice of Hearing (G-130): If your county requires a hearing in front of a judge