Form FM-005 "Divorce Complaint Without Children" - Maine

What Is Form FM-005?

This is a legal form that was released by the Maine District Court - a government authority operating within Maine. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on April 1, 2014;
  • The latest edition provided by the Maine District Court;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
  • Quick to customize;
  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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STATE OF MAINE
DISTRICT COURT
Location
Docket No.
Plaintiff
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
v.
(no minor children)
Title to Real Estate Is Involved
Defendant
19-A M.R.S. § 901, M.R. Civ. P. 10(a)
1.
Plaintiff was lawfully married to defendant in (town)
, (county)
,
(state)
, on
(mo/date/yr.)
2.
Plaintiff now resides in (town)
, (county)
,(state)
.
If either party wishes to keep his/her address confidential, that party may complete an Affidavit for Confidential
.
Address (FM-057). This form is available at the Clerk’s Office or at courts.state.me.us
3.
Defendant now resides in (town)
, (county)
,(state)
, OR
Residence of the Defendant is unknown and Plaintiff has used reasonable efforts and cannot locate Defendant.
4.
The court has jurisdiction because (check all of the statements that apply):
A. Plaintiff resided in Maine in good faith for six months before filing this complaint;
B. Plaintiff is a resident of Maine and the parties were married in Maine;
C. Plaintiff is a resident of Maine and the parties resided in Maine when the grounds for divorce arose;
D. Defendant is a resident of Maine.
5.
Neither party has filed for divorce or annulment from the other before this complaint, OR
A complaint for divorce or annulment was filed before in (court name, town and state of court)
, Docket No.
.
That case:
Was dismissed on (date)
.
Is still pending.
6.
The parties have personal property, AND
Either or both parties has an interest in real estate, (file and exchange form FM-056), OR
Neither party has an interest in real estate.
7.
Plaintiff lists the following grounds for divorce:
Irreconcilable marital differences exist between the parties.
Other
.
PLAINTIFF REQUESTS that a divorce be granted and that the court; (Check all the boxes that apply)
Set apart the non-marital property to each party and divide the marital property (file and exchange form FM-043);
Order that spousal support be paid to Plaintiff by Defendant (file and exchange form FM-043);
Award reasonable attorney's fees to Plaintiff's attorney (file and exchange form FM-043); and
Change Plaintiff's name to
.
Date:
(Plaintiff's signature)
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Plaintiff:
Address:
Address:
Telephone:
Telephone:
Defendant has 20 days after being served with this complaint (being given a copy), to file an answer (form FM-186) with the
Court and must provide copies of all filings to other party.
FM-005, Rev. 04/14
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STATE OF MAINE
DISTRICT COURT
Location
Docket No.
Plaintiff
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
v.
(no minor children)
Title to Real Estate Is Involved
Defendant
19-A M.R.S. § 901, M.R. Civ. P. 10(a)
1.
Plaintiff was lawfully married to defendant in (town)
, (county)
,
(state)
, on
(mo/date/yr.)
2.
Plaintiff now resides in (town)
, (county)
,(state)
.
If either party wishes to keep his/her address confidential, that party may complete an Affidavit for Confidential
.
Address (FM-057). This form is available at the Clerk’s Office or at courts.state.me.us
3.
Defendant now resides in (town)
, (county)
,(state)
, OR
Residence of the Defendant is unknown and Plaintiff has used reasonable efforts and cannot locate Defendant.
4.
The court has jurisdiction because (check all of the statements that apply):
A. Plaintiff resided in Maine in good faith for six months before filing this complaint;
B. Plaintiff is a resident of Maine and the parties were married in Maine;
C. Plaintiff is a resident of Maine and the parties resided in Maine when the grounds for divorce arose;
D. Defendant is a resident of Maine.
5.
Neither party has filed for divorce or annulment from the other before this complaint, OR
A complaint for divorce or annulment was filed before in (court name, town and state of court)
, Docket No.
.
That case:
Was dismissed on (date)
.
Is still pending.
6.
The parties have personal property, AND
Either or both parties has an interest in real estate, (file and exchange form FM-056), OR
Neither party has an interest in real estate.
7.
Plaintiff lists the following grounds for divorce:
Irreconcilable marital differences exist between the parties.
Other
.
PLAINTIFF REQUESTS that a divorce be granted and that the court; (Check all the boxes that apply)
Set apart the non-marital property to each party and divide the marital property (file and exchange form FM-043);
Order that spousal support be paid to Plaintiff by Defendant (file and exchange form FM-043);
Award reasonable attorney's fees to Plaintiff's attorney (file and exchange form FM-043); and
Change Plaintiff's name to
.
Date:
(Plaintiff's signature)
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Plaintiff:
Address:
Address:
Telephone:
Telephone:
Defendant has 20 days after being served with this complaint (being given a copy), to file an answer (form FM-186) with the
Court and must provide copies of all filings to other party.
FM-005, Rev. 04/14
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