The Mississippi divorce forms are used when an applicant decides to file on their own. Follow the instructional guide and use the documents below to complete the process. The only cost is upon submission of $52 (check made payable to the clerk’s office).
How to File For Divorce in Mississippi.pdf This instructional guide will show a potential filer exactly how to deliver the required divorce forms to the county court clerk's office and how much the fi
Cover Sheet.pdf When filing any type of civil matter with the courts in Mississippi, this form must be filed. If you are filing for a divorce in Mississippi, then you must submit this form with your d
Certificate of Compliance.doc This form is signed by both spouses to verify that they are in compliance with the law of disclosing any and all financial information with one another and the court.
Joint Complaint for Absolute Divorce.doc For the fastest divorce without an attorney both spouses should meet together and fill out this form and file with the required filing fee to the county court
Final Judgment of Absolute Divorce.doc This form is signed by the Judge at your final hearing in Mississippi to mark the completion of the divorce process. You will need a copy for your records.
Financial Statement.doc This form must be completed by both spouses in order to determine the amount of alimony and child support (if minor children) each spouse will pay or receive.
Marital Settlement Agreement (with minor children).doc Use this form when negotiating the terms of the divoce arrangement. This agreement covers the alimony and child support payments as well as the d
Marital Settlement Agreement (no minor children).doc When coming to terms on an agreement to divide the assets of the marriage you will need to complete this form with your spouse.
Notice of Trial.doc This form is sent by the courts to inform both spouses of the upcoming court hearing for their divorce.