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South Dakota Affidavit of Plaintiff and Defendant as to Jurisdiction and Grounds for Divorce (without Minor Children) Form

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South Dakota Affidavit of Plaintiff and Defendant as to Jurisdiction and Grounds for Divorce (without Minor Children) Form
South Dakota Affidavit of Plaintiff and Defendant as to Jurisdiction and Grounds for Divorce (without Minor Children) Form
Form UJS-319A Rev. 05/2012
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Instructions for Affidavit of Plaintiff and Defendant as to
Jurisdiction and Grounds for Divorce & Form
In South Dakota, both parties must typically agree to use irreconcilable differences as the
grounds for divorce. Additionally, the Plaintiff must be a resident of the State of South Dakota
when the divorce is started. This Affidavit confirms those issues for the Court.
If the parties sign the Stipulation and Settlement Agreement (Without Children) document,
they must also sign this document.
Complete the “caption.” This information will be the same as on the Summons and
Complaint without Minor Children.
Fill in the full legal names of the Plaintiff and Defendant.
In Paragraph 3, insert the name of the city where the Plaintiff resided when the divorce
action was started.
The Plaintiff must fill in the date with the day, month and year that he/she signs the
Affidavit.
The Plaintiff must sign the document in the presence of a notary public or clerk of
court. Make sure to bring identification to show the notary public or clerk of court.
A notary public can usually be found at the bank and sometimes at the courthouse.
The Defendant must fill in the date with the day, month and year that he/she signs the
Affidavit.
The Defendant must sign the document in the presence of a notary public or clerk
of court. Make sure to bring identification to show the notary public or clerk of
court. A notary public can usually be found at the bank and sometimes at the
courthouse.
o If the Defendant refuses to sign the form, the Plaintiff should still file the
Affidavit with his/her single signature.
Make a copy for each of you and file the original with the Clerk of Court.
WARNING: By signing your name, you are telling the court that you are telling the truth and
that you have a good faith reason for your requests. If you are not telling the truth, if you are
misleading the court, or if you are serving or filing this document for an improper purpose,
the court could find you in contempt or you could be prosecuted for not telling the truth.
South Dakota Affidavit of Plaintiff and Defendant as to Jurisdiction and Grounds for Divorce (without Minor Children) Form
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