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									NO.                                          JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT
                                 FAMILY COURT DIVISION _____________

YOUR NAME HERE                                              PETITIONER

vs.              PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

YOUR SPOUSE’S NAME HERE
YOUR SPOUSE’S STREET ADDRESS HERE                           RESPONDENT
YOUR SPOUSE’S CITY, STATE AND ZIP CODE HERE

     IN RE: The Marriage of YOUR NAME HERE and YOUR SPOUSE’S
NAME   HERE  and   all  issues   concerning   Child Custody,
Visitation, Child Support and Division of Property.

     Petitioner, YOUR NAME HERE, for his/her cause of action
herein, states under oath as follows:

     1. Petitioner resides in the Commonwealth of Kentucky
and has been a resident hereof for 180 days next preceding
the filing of this Petition.

     2. Petitioner is YOUR AGE HERE years of age, resides at
YOUR STREET ADDRESS HERE, YOUR CITY, STATE AND ZIP CODE HERE;
has resided in this Commonwealth HOW LONG YOU’VE LIVED IN
KENTUCKY HERE; and is employed as follows: WHERE YOU ARE
EMPLOYED AND YOUR JOB TITLE.

     3. Respondent is YOUR SPOUSE’S AGE HERE years of age;
resides at YOUR SPOUSE’S STREET ADDRESS HERE, has resided in
this Commonwealth HOW LONG SPOUSE HAS LIVED IN KENTUCKY; and
is employed as follows: WHERE YOUR SPOUSE IS EMPLOYED AND
HIS/HER JOB TITLE.

     4. Petitioner and Respondent were married DATE YOU AND
YOUR SPOUSE WERE MARRIED, in CITY, COUNTY AND STATE YOU WERE
MARRIED IN, where it is so registered.

     5.   Petitioner and Respondent are separated, having
separated DATE YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE SEPARATED OR LAST HAD
SEXUAL RELATIONS and having remained separated since that
time.

     6.    The marriage    of   Petitioner   and   Respondent   is
irretrievably broken.
     7.    The   wife   is   not   now   pregnant   to   Petitioner's
knowledge.

     8.   As a result of the union of these parties, Put
Number of Children Born Here children of the parties were
born, being Put the First, Middle and Last Name of your
firstborn child here, Put your child’s date of birth here;
Put the First, Middle and Last Name of your second child here
(if you have a second child), Put your child’s date of birth
here. In accordance with KRS 403.480, the Petitioner gives
the following additional information concerning the minor
child(ren).

          (a)   With regard to residency of the children, the
following is true:

List the addresses the child(ren) have lived at for the last
5 years and who they have lived with. If they are younger
than 5 years old, list the addresses they have lived at since
birth.

          (b)    The Petitioner has not participated as a
party, witness, or in any other capacity in any litigation
concerning the custody of said children in this or in any
other state. (Note - If you or your spouse have participated
in any other litigation such as a CPS case, custody case,
etc. that involved your children, you must list the case
number, what court and the state here).

          (c)    The Petitioner has no information of any
custody proceeding concerning said children pending in a
Court of this or any other state.     (Note - If you or your
spouse have participated in any other litigation such as a
CPS case, custody case, etc. that involved your children, you
must list the case number, what court and the state here).

          (d) The Petitioner does not know of any person not
a party to this proceeding who has physical custody of the
children or claims to have custody or visitation rights with
respect to said children.

     9.   Petitioner is entitled to receive maintenance from
Respondent; therefore, maintenance should be awarded to
Petitioner.

     10. There is non-marital property which needs to be
restored.
     11. There are marital assets and/or debts which need to
be divided equitably.

     12. Respondent should be required to pay the attorneys
fees and court costs of Petitioner.

     13. Respondent is not in the active military to the
best of Petitioner’s knowledge.

      WHEREFORE, Petitioner demands:

1.   Dissolution    of   the   marriage   of     Petitioner   and
Respondent.

2.    That Petitioner be awarded a proper maintenance award.

3.    Equitable division of all marital property.

4.    Equitable division of all marital debts.

5.    Restoration of all non-marital property.

6.   That Respondent be required to pay the attorneys fees
and court costs of the Petitioner.

7.    Petitioner shall have sole legal custody, care and
control of said child(ren), and Petitioner shall have sole
physical possession and sole physical custody, care and
control of said child(ren), and Petitioner shall be the
residential parent, and the said child(ren) shall reside with
the Petitioner, and the parties agree that the forgoing is in
the best interest of the child(ren).

8.   Leave to amend this Petition.

9.   All other relief to which the Petitioner may appear
entitled.



_____________________________ (YOU SIGN HERE)
YOUR NAME, Pro Se Petitioner
YOUR STREET ADDRESS
YOUR CITY, STATE AND ZIP CODE
YOUR PHONE NUMBER WITH AREA CODE
                        VERIFICATION

Petitioner, YOUR NAME HERE, states that (s)he has read the
foregoing Petition for Dissolution of Marriage and the
statements contained therein are true to his/her knowledge.


____________________________________   (YOU SIGN HERE)
YOUR NAME HERE, PETITIONER

STATE OF KENTUCKY
COUNTY OF JEFFERSON


     SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO before me by YOUR NAME HERE,

today on ________________.

     My commission expires: ________________.


                             _____________________________
                             NOTARY PUBLIC, KENTUCKY
                             STATE AT LARGE
NO.                                        JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT
                               FAMILY COURT DIVISION _____________

YOUR NAME HERE                                          PETITIONER

vs.      ORDER TO SERVE PROCESS AND SUBPOENA DUCES TECUM
               AT RESPONDENT’S PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT

YOUR SPOUSE’S NAME HERE
YOUR SPOUSE’S STREET ADDRESS HERE                       RESPONDENT
YOUR SPOUSE’S CITY, STATE AND ZIP CODE HERE


IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT the Sheriff of Jefferson County
does and shall have the authority to enter upon the premises
of the place of employment of Respondent, YOUR SPOUSE’S NAME
HERE, being                              , for the purpose of
serving process upon the Respondent, and also for the purpose
of serving Subpoena Duces Tecum upon the keeper of the
payroll records of said place of employment, that being YOUR
SPOUSE’S EMPLOYER.     Said employer shall also forthwith
provide the sheriff with the on-site location of the
Respondent so that process may be served on Respondent at the
on-site location.



Judge, Family Court
Date:                 .


This document prepared by:


_________________________________
YOUR NAME, Pro Se Petitioner
YOUR STREET ADDRESS
YOUR CITY, STATE AND ZIP CODE
YOUR PHONE NUMBER WITH AREA CODE
NO.                                            JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT
                                   FAMILY COURT DIVISION _____________

YOUR NAME HERE                                             PETITIONER

vs.                    NOTICE – MOTION - ORDER

YOUR SPOUSE’S NAME HERE
YOUR SPOUSE’S STREET ADDRESS HERE                          RESPONDENT
YOUR SPOUSE’S CITY, STATE AND ZIP CODE HERE


                    ***   ***    ***     ***   ***

                                NOTICE

Take notice that the undersigned shall make the following
motion regarding the following order in the above mentioned
court at _____ _.m., on the     day of            , 200 .

                                MOTION

Comes Petitioner, Pro Se, and does hereby move the court to
enter the following order.


_________________________
Your Name Here, Pro Se
Your Address Here
Your City, State, Zip Here
Your Phone Number Here


                     CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

     It is hereby certified that a true and correct copy of
this Notice Motion Order was served by United States Mail, to
the following on this the ___ day of ______________, 2008:

Your   Spouse’s Name Here
Your   Spouse’s Address Here
Your   Spouse’s City, State, Zip Here
Your   Phone Number Here

____________________________
Your Name Here
NO.                                        JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT
                               FAMILY COURT DIVISION _____________

YOUR NAME HERE                                         PETITIONER

vs.                           ORDER

YOUR SPOUSE’S NAME HERE
YOUR SPOUSE’S STREET ADDRESS HERE                      RESPONDENT
YOUR SPOUSE’S CITY, STATE AND ZIP CODE HERE


Upon motion made, Respondent being in default and having
filed no response to the petition, and the court being
sufficiently advised, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that a fifteen
minute hearing shall be held on the                  day of
____, 200 , at              .m., for the purpose of taking
statutory proof, and determining whether or not the court
should enter the attached Findings of Fact, Conclusions and
Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.   If Respondent does not
come to this court to object on said day and at said time,
the attached Findings of Fact, Conclusions and Decree of
Dissolution of Marriage shall be signed and entered by the
court.


_____________________________________________
JUDGE
JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT
FAMILY DIVISION ________
Date:_________________
NO.                                          JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT
                                 FAMILY COURT DIVISION _____________

YOUR NAME HERE                                              PETITIONER

vs.              FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS AND DECREE
                    OF DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

YOUR SPOUSE’S NAME HERE
YOUR SPOUSE’S STREET ADDRESS HERE                           RESPONDENT
YOUR SPOUSE’S CITY, STATE AND ZIP CODE HERE

     IN RE: The Marriage of YOUR NAME HERE and YOUR SPOUSE’S
NAME   HERE  and   all  issues   concerning   Child Custody,
Visitation, Child Support and Division of Property.

     This action having come before this Court on a Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage, and it appearing to the Court
that the Respondent is in default, and that, after receiving
notice of the relief sought herein, having not come to this
hearing to object, and it further appearing to the Court, and
the Court so finding that:

     1. Petitioner has resided in this state for more than
one hundred eighty (180) days next preceding the filing of
the Petition;

     2.   The parties have lived apart for more than sixty
(60) days;

     3.   The marriage between Petitioner and Respondent of
DATE OF YOUR WEDDING is irretrievably broken;

     4.    The conciliation provisions of KRS 403.170 do not
apply;

     5. The terms of the relief sought herein by Petitioner
have not been objected to by Respondent after being given
notice, and same are not found unconscionable by this court;
and

      6.   The wife is not pregnant.
The Court being otherwise sufficiently advised, IT IS HEREBY
ORDERED AND ADJUDGED:

1.   That the marriage between Petitioner, YOUR NAME, and
Respondent, YOUR SPOUSE’S NAME, of DATE OF MARRIAGE be, and
it is hereby dissolved; and:

2.   CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION:

     I. There are child born of the parties, being YOUR
     CHILDREN'S NAMES AND THEIR DATES OF BIRTH.

     II.   Petitioner shall have custody of the minor
     child(ren), with the child(ren) to reside primarily
     with the Respondent. The parties shall have equal
     input and decision making authority, and access to
     information from all sources, concerning education,
     health, religious training, and extracurricular
     activity issues regarding the parties' child.\*
     MERGEFORMAT
     III. Respondent shall be entitled to have visitation
     with said child as follows:

     a. The shall have visitation on alternate weekends
     from Friday evenings at 6:00 p.m. to Sunday evenings at
     6:00 p.m., and on Thursday evenings following the
     weekend visit from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

     b. The child(ren) and/or the   have no duty to await
     for more than thirty minutes of the visitation time.
     If is more than thirty minutes late, that visitation
     period shall be forfeited.

     c. For the purpose of visitation there are six
     holidays to be divided between the parents: New Years'
     Day, Martin Luther King Day, Easter, Memorial Day, July
     4th, Labor Day. In the odd-numbered years (i.e., 2005)
     the shall have the child(ren) on the first three
     holidays listed (New Years' Day, Martin Luther King
     Day, Easter), and the shall have visitation on the
     last three holidays listed (Memorial Day, July 4th,
     Labor Day). In the even-numbered years (i.e., 2004)
     the shall have the first three holidays listed,
     (Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day) and the shall have
     the last three holidays listed (Memorial Day, July 4th,
     Labor Da). Visitation on these holidays shall be from
     9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., unless the child(ren) are in
school that day, in which case visitation shall be from
5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

d. Each year at Christmas the shall have the
child(ren) on Day and the shall have the child(ren)
from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Christmas Eve. The
also shall have the child(ren) from December 26 through
December 31, provided the child are returned to the
not less than twenty-four hours before they are to
resume school.

e. On Mother's Day and Father's Day, no matter whose
turn for visitation or custody, the child(ren) shall be
with the father on father's day and with the mother on
mother's day. Visitation regarding mother's day or
father's day shall be from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

f. A four-week visitation will be given each summer
for a child(ren) four years or older provided there
shall be no continuous visitation of longer than two
weeks at a time. For a child age two to four years,
the shall have two weeks' summer visitation. For a
child under the age of two the may have summer
visitation for three days. Each party shall give the
other party at least sixty days' notice of his or her
vacation schedule so that both parties have an
opportunity to have the child(ren) during his or her
vacation from work.

g. The child(ren) shall celebrate his or her birthday
in the home of the Petitioner, unless it falls on a
visitation of the Respondent. In the event the
Respondent does not have the child(ren) on the
child(ren)'s birthday, an additional, non scheduled
visitation day shall be granted so that the Respondent
may give the child(ren) a birthday party if desired.

h. In alternating years, the Respondent shall have the
child(ren) for a week of any spring break from school
which the child(ren) may have, provided the child(ren)
are returned to the Respondent not less than twenty-
four hours before the child(ren) are to resume school.
Unless otherwise agreed, the first spring break
vacation with the Respondent shall be in the calendar
year after the one in which the decree is granted.
Should Easter fall during a spring break when the
child(ren) are with the Petitioner, and it is
     Respondent'sturn to have visitation with the child(ren)
     for the Easter holiday, then an additional,
     nonscheduled visitation day shall be granted to the
     Respondent.

     i. In the years that the Respondent does not have the
     child(ren) for spring break, the Respondent may have
     the child(ren) for the four-day Thanksgiving holiday.
     During those years when Thanksgiving visitation occurs,
     Thanksgiving visitation shall begin at 9:00 a.m.
     Thursday morning and end at 7:30 p.m. Sunday evening.

     j.   While the child(ren) are in his or her physical
     custody, each parent is required to secure the
     child(ren)   in  a   child   restraint  system  when
     transporting the child(ren), as provided in KRS
     189.125(2).

     k. The child(ren) is/are not to reside outside
     of Jefferson County, Kentucky, or one of the
     counties immediately adjoining thereto, without
     a modified visitation order being first obtained
     from the court. \* MERGEFORMAT

2.   SUPPORT OBLIGATIONS RELATING TO CHILD(ren):

       a. There is Put number of children that belong to you
       and your spouse who are under 18 here child born of the
       parties, being Put your children's names here.

       b.   Respondent shall pay the sum of $Put amount of
       child support per week to Petitioner as child support
       for the support of said child(ren), and that said
       payments shall be due on Friday of each week, beginning
       with the first immediately following the signing of
       this agreement by the parties.

       c. Respondent shall pay 50% percent of the cost of
       medical and dental insurance for the parties' child. If
       the Petitioner is able to obtain same at a cost
       reasonable to Petitioner, then the Respondent shall,
       each month, reimburse Petitioner 50% percent of any
       health insurance for the child(ren) which is obtained in
       the future by the Petitioner. If Respondent is able to
       obtain same at a cost deemed reasonable to and agreed to
       by the Petitioner, then the Petitioner shall, each
       month, reimburse Respondent 50% percent of any health
insurance for the child(ren) which is obtained in the
future by the Respondent. The parties shall communicate
with each other before either secures such health
insurance, to make sure there is no waste through double
coverage. Notwithstanding the foregoing and in
compliance with KRS 403.211 (7)(c)(2) if the designated
parent's health care coverage provides for covered
services for dependent child(ren) beyond the age of
majority, then any unmarried child up to twenty-five
(25) years of age who are full-time students enrolled in
and attending an accredited educational institution and
who are primarily dependent on the insured parent for
maintenance and support shall be covered.

d. Petitioner shall pay 100 percent of the first
$100.00 per child, per year, of all medical and
dental bills of said child which are not paid for
by insurance, and Respondent shall pay 50% percent
of the remainder of said uninsured bills, and
Petitioner shall pay 50% percent of the remainder
of said uninsured bills.

e. Petitioner shall be entitled to claim the
parties' child(ren) as dependant for income tax
purposes.

f. The parties certify and affirm that they have
examined the child support worksheet or worksheets
attached hereto, and they find the information
contained on same, specifically including the gross
incomes, child care costs, and all deductions from
gross income, if any, to be correct and accurate
to the best of their knowledge and belief. The
parties both certify that the gross incomes shown
do in fact reflect all income earned, and that
the gross income shown for each party includes
overtime as well.

g. It is understood that all obligations under
this agreement regarding the payment of child
support, health and dental insurance for the minor
children and payment of non-insured medical and
dental bills of the minor child shall continue
until the child reach the age of 18 and shall
continue beyond the age of 18 until completion of
the school year during which the child graduates
from highschool, however, support beyond age 18
      shall continue for no longer than completion of
      the school year during which the child turns 19
      years of age, and support beyond age 18 shall
      continue only for so long as the child is still a
      high school student.

      h. No wage assignment shall be placed on the
      Respondent's wages to secure the child support agreed to
      herein, provided pays the child support without fail.

4.   PROPERTY:

All household contents, jewelry, furniture, clothing and
personal effects currently in the possession of Petitioner
shall remain the sole property of the Petitioner; and
Respondent has no claim to same.    All household contents,
jewelry, furniture, clothing and personal effects currently
in the possession of Respondent shall remain the sole
property of the Respondent; and Petitioner has no claim to
same.

The division of any other assets not addressed herein is
reserved.

5.   MARITAL DEBTS:

The debts shall be divided as follows:

________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________


The division of any other debts not addressed herein is
reserved.

4.   From this date and hereafter, the parties shall not
charge or incur, or cause to be incurred, any liability or
obligation based upon or in reliance upon the credit of the
other.   Each of the parties shall do all acts necessary to
close immediately, any accounts in the name of husband and
wife, or in the name of husband or wife.

5.    Except as otherwise herein provided, each party is
released and discharged from any and all claims had by the
other party whatsoever, including claims of maintenance,
social security benefits of all types - past, present and
future, dower and curtesy, and each shall own, have and
enjoy, independently of any claim of the other, all property
of every kind and description, now owned or held by, or in
the name or possession of, him or her.     The terms of this
paragraph shall not in any way restrict the ability of either
party to obtain social security benefits from the U. S.
Government as a divorced spouse.


There being no just cause for delay, this is a final and
appealable judgment.


                               ___________________________
                              JUDGE
                               JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT
                               FAMILY DIVISION
                              DATE:_________


Seen and agreed:


________________________
YOUR NAME

Subscribed and sworn to before me by Your Name on this the
___ day of               , 200__.


____________________________________________
Notary Public, State at Large, Kentucky

My commission expires:            .



cc:   YOUR SPOUSE’S NAME
      YOUR SPOUSE’S ADDRESS
      YOUR SPOUSE’S CITY, STATE, ZIP
                            AFFIDAVIT

I, «1», do hereby swear and affirm that the following is true
to the best of my knowledge and belief:

1. Respondent is not in the active military to the best of
Petitioner's knowledge.

2.   Respondent has not filed a responsive pleading in this
matter.


_______________________
«1»

Subscribed and sworn to before me by «1», on this the ____
day of ____________, 2003_.


_________________________________________
NOTARY PUBLIC, STATE AT LARGE, KENTUCKY

My commission expires:________________
NO.                                        JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT
                               FAMILY COURT DIVISION _____________

YOUR NAME HERE                                         PETITIONER

vs.                         AFFIDAVIT

YOUR SPOUSE’S NAME HERE
YOUR SPOUSE’S STREET ADDRESS HERE                      RESPONDENT
YOUR SPOUSE’S CITY, STATE AND ZIP CODE HERE


I, YOUR NAME HERE, do hereby swear and affirm that the
following is true to the best of my knowledge and belief:

1. Respondent is not in the active military to the best of
my knowledge.

2.   Respondent has not filed a responsive pleading in this
matter.


_________________________
Your Name

Subscribed and sworn to before me by Your Name, on this the
____ day of ____________, 200_.


___________________________________________
NOTARY PUBLIC, STATE AT LARGE, KENTUCKY

My commission expires:____________

								
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