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South Dakota Affidavit of Plaintiff and Defendant as to Jurisdiction and Grounds for Divorce (with Minor Children) Form

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Form UJS-319 Rev. 02/2014
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA ) IN CIRCUIT COURT
:SS
COUNTY OF _______________) ________ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
_________________________, DIV _______
Plaintiff,
AFFIDAVIT OF PLAINTIFF AND
vs. DEFENDANT AS TO JURISDICTION
AND REASON FOR DIVORCE
_________________________,
Defendant
____________________________________, Plaintiff and _______________________________,
Defendant, being first duly sworn upon their oath, depose and state as follows:
1.
That they are the Plaintiff and the Defendant in the above-entitled divorce action.
2.
This Affidavit is made pursuant to the provisions of SDCL 25-4-17.3 so that the divorce
may be granted without requiring the personal appearance in Court by either party.
3.
Pursuant to SDCL 25-4-30, the Plaintiff, at the time of the commencement of this divorce
action was a bona fide resident of _______________________________ of the State of South
Dakota (or stationed in the State of South Dakota while a member of the armed services).
4.
Plaintiff and Defendant agree by signing this Affidavit that there are irreconcilable
differences between the parties which the parties cannot repair to save the marriage. Both parties
consent to the Court’s entry of a Decree of Divorce to both parties on the grounds of irreconcilable
differences.
5.
A written Stipulation and Settlement Agreement (With Minor Children) has been entered
into between the Plaintiff and Defendant setting forth the terms and conditions of the division of
property and other matters, which agreement is presented to the Court with this Affidavit.
South Dakota Affidavit of Plaintiff and Defendant as to Jurisdiction and Grounds for Divorce (with Minor Children) Form