Seperation papers and filing for divorce


#1

Dear chris18:

Greetings. No, you do not need to bring the papers with you when you file for divorce. You file the quit claim deed with the Register of Deeds in the county where you live.

You need to keep the Separation Agreement for your records. Good luck.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#2

My husband and I have been seperated for over a year and a half. We had a military attorney write up our seperation papers. They were signed and notorized. I will soon be filing for divorce. Do I bring these seperation papers and the quick claim with me when I file? When are they needed? This is a noncontested divorce with 2 children involved.