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Forms for Divorce with Minor Children   

The forms below are available free of charge and are in a fillable and savable format.  If you want to represent yourself in court in a dissolution of marriage with minor or dependent children, you must use the forms provided below.  It is strongly recommended that a party proceeding without an attorney first carefully review the Guide to Representing Yourself in an Iowa Divorce Case with Children before using these forms.


   Guide to Representing Yourself in an Iowa Divorce Case

 

Form 201:  Petition for Dissolution of Marriage with Children  

Form 202:  Petition Cover Sheet for a Dissolution of Marriage with Children
 


Form 203:  Confidential Information Form
 


Form 204:  Original Notice for Personal Service
 


Form 204a: Original Notice for Personal Service
 


Form 205:  Acceptance of Service
 


Form 206:  Directions for Service of Original Notice
 


Form 207:  Motion and Affidavit to Serve by Publication
 


Form 208:  Original Notice by Publication
 

Form 209:  Application and Affidavit to Defer Payment of Costs 

Form 210:  Affidavit of Service of Original Notice and Petition for Dissolution of Marriage 


Form 211:  Protected Information Disclosure
 

Form 212:  Joint Statement on Legal Parent

Form 213:  Motion to Disestablish Legal Parent

Form 214:  Reserved

 

Form 215:  Answer to Petition for Dissolution of Marriage with Children 


Form 216:  General Answer to a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage with Children 


Forms 217 to 220:  Reserved

 

Form 221:  Affidavit for Temporary Custody and Visitation 


Form 222:  Motion in a Dissolution of Marriage with Children 


Form 223:  Response to a Motion 


Form 224:  Financial Affidavit for a Dissolution of Marriage with Children 


Form 225:  Affidavit of Mailing Notice
 


Form 226:  Notice of Intent to File Written Application for Default Decree
 


Form 227:  Request for Relief in a Dissolution of Marriage with Children 


Form 228:  Settlement Agreement for a Dissolution of Marriage with Children 

Form 229:  Agreed Parenting Plan 

Form 230:  Proposed Parenting Plan 


Supreme court order approving new family law forms for dissolutions of marriage with children (December 19, 2013).

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