Iowa divorce

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Divorce Residency Essentials to Get Divorce in Iowa

In the state of Iowa, the spouse filing for divorce must have been a resident for a full year. However, there are no requirements regarding residency for the filing spouse if the other spouse is a resident of the state and has been served the petition for divorce personally.

Reasons for Divorce in Iowa

The grounds for divorce in the State of Iowa is the irretrievable breakdown of the union. This is a no-fault grounds for divorce, but it will cover any reason that a couple may have for wishing to end a marriage. More information about choosing this grounds for divorce in the state of Iowa is available once you begin filling out your divorce documents using

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Custody of the Children in Iowa

The state of Iowa awards joint legal custody in most cases. Legal custody is what gives a parent the right to participate in important decisions involving the children. Physical custody is what determines where the child will live some or all of the time. The court will evaluate physical custody based on what is in the best interests of the child. The court will consider many aspects when determining custody including the wishes of the parents and child, the geographic proximity of the parents, and the connection of the child to the school, siblings, and community.

Iowa Child Support Guidelines

The standard child support guidelines of Iowa apply in almost every case, barring extraordinary circumstances. The parents’ gross incomes and child related expenses are considered when calculating child support. Child support lasts until the child reaches the age of 18 but may continue until the child completes high school or, in some cases, through their college education.

Venue for Divorce

Filing divorce papers in Iowa is easier than in some states as the venue for divorce may be the county of residence of either spouse.

Divorce Mediation

When necessary, the court may request that the parties participate in mediation to resolve differences without court intervention. This order may occur at any time before the final order granting a divorce is entered. Utilizing this form of arbitration can allow for a fast and affordable uncontested divorce.

Filing fees

The fees to file a divorce within the state of Iowa are in addition to the cost of using Filing fees may vary from county to county. Check with your courthouse to determine the exact costs so you can plan for your inexpensive divorce.

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