Maine divorce

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Divorce Residency Essentials to Get Divorce in Maine

Like most states, there are residency requirements to file your divorce papers in the state of Maine. Before you file for divorce in the state of Maine, the filing spouse must have been a resident of the state for at least six months. There is no requirement for the other spouse.

Reasons for Divorce in Maine

In the state of Maine, the no-fault grounds for divorce is irreconcilable differences. Irreconcilable differences as a basis for divorce does not need to be proven. There are also fault-based grounds for divorce in Maine which include, but are not limited to, adultery, impotence, alcoholism, substance abuse, cruel treatment, and desertion for three or more years.

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Custody of the Children in Maine

Child custody is an important issue with any divorce, whether it is contested or uncontested. As such, resolving such issues is one of the biggest steps any divorcing couple may make. To preserve the best interests of any child involved in a divorce case, custody may be awarded to one parent or both parents. When possible, joint legal custody is assigned to the parents. Primary physical custody, however, is usually awarded to one parent. Joint physical custody can be agreed upon by the parties or awarded by the court if it is deemed in the best interest of the child. If the child is mature enough to contribute his or her feelings on the matter, the child’s wishes as to custody may be considered and given weight by the court.


In Maine, the plaintiff shall file for divorce in the county where either the petitioner or the respondent resides. This is the case whether utilizing a DIY divorce or filing through the court system with a lawyer.

Divorce Mediation

In Maine, the court may order mediation on issues related to child support or custody in any contested divorce. The court may also refer the parties to arbitration on other matters whether or not children are involved. The parties may choose to mediate disputed issues on their own, if desired. Resolving issues in mediation may allow the case to proceed in court as an uncontested divorce.

Filing fees

Court filing fees in the state of Maine are in addition to the cost of using The filing costs may vary from county to county and jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Check with your local courthouse for more information regarding the exact costs and up-to-date filing information.

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