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Alabama Divorce Complaint 2

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Alabama Divorce Complaint 2
Alabama Divorce Complaint 2
State of Alabama
Unified Judicial System
Form CS-41 Rev. 10/93
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
Case Number
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF________________ COUNTY
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
Plaintiff,__________________________, v. Defendant,_________________________
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
Plaintiff. That the Plaintiff is a resident of the State of Alabama and has been a bona fide resident
of the State of Alabama for more than 6 months next preceding the filing of this Complaint as required by
the Code of Alabama; Title 30, Chapter 2-4 and 2-5.
That the Plaintiff's full name is:___________________________________________
with social security number _______________ and ________________State Drivers License Number
________________ who resides at ________________________________________________________.
That the Plaintiff is of legal age, having been born on _________________.
Defendant. That the Defendant's full name is: _____________________ with social
security number ________________ and ________________ State Drivers License Number
__________________, who resides at ____________________________________________________.
That the maiden name of the wife herein was ____________________________.
That the previous name of the wife be restored to _______________________. (Code of Alabama:
Title 30, Chapter 2-11).
II. MARRIAGE:
That parties were married at ______________________ on______________________, and lived as
husband and wife until such time as they separated and ceased to live as husband and wife on
.
III. GROUNDS:
The Plaintiff seeks a divorce, without fault, on the grounds that there has occurred a complete a
and permanent irretrievable breakdown of the marriage wholly destroying the legitimate ends of the
marriage. (Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure; Rules 4, 43(a), 53, and 5ee5 and Alabama Rules of Judicial
Administration : Rule 32).
IV. SERVICE OF PROCESS
Acceptance and Waiver. The Defendant has agreed to file an Acceptance and Waiver of Service of
Process in this cause, therefore, no service of process is necessary at this time. (Code of Alabama: Title
30, Chapter 2-1).
V. JURISDICTION
The court has proper jurisdiction to hear this cause. The Defendant has agreed to file an appearance
and waiver in this cause. Neither party has ever been a party to any other domestic relations proceeding
Alabama Divorce Complaint 2