Form DC6:4(6) "Decree of Dissolution (No Children)" - Nebraska

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Nebraska State Court Form
DECREE OF DISSOLUTION
(No Children)
DC 6:4(6)
Rev. 07/12
Neb. Rev. Stat. § 42-372.01
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF _______________________ COUNTY, NEBRASKA
(county where Complaint filed)
____________________________,
Case No. CI _____________
(your full name)
Plaintiff,
(case number assigned by clerk of court)
DECREE OF DISSOLUTION
(No Children)
vs.
____________________________,
(spouse’s full name)
Defendant.
ON _______________________, this matter came on for final hearing
(date)
on the Complaint for Dissolution of Marriage of the plaintiff. The plaintiff appeared in court
without an attorney. The defendant
did
did not appear. The plaintiff adduced evidence,
and the court, having fully reviewed the evidence, finds as follows:
1. The plaintiff or the defendant has been a resident of the State of Nebraska
for more than one year prior to the filing of this action and either the plaintiff or the
defendant was a resident of ___________________ County at the time the complaint
(county where Complaint filed)
was filed.
2. More than 60 days have passed since service was perfected or a voluntary
appearance was filed.
3. The court has jurisdiction over both parties and over the subject matter of this action.
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Nebraska State Court Form
DECREE OF DISSOLUTION
(No Children)
DC 6:4(6)
Rev. 07/12
Neb. Rev. Stat. § 42-372.01
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF _______________________ COUNTY, NEBRASKA
(county where Complaint filed)
____________________________,
Case No. CI _____________
(your full name)
Plaintiff,
(case number assigned by clerk of court)
DECREE OF DISSOLUTION
(No Children)
vs.
____________________________,
(spouse’s full name)
Defendant.
ON _______________________, this matter came on for final hearing
(date)
on the Complaint for Dissolution of Marriage of the plaintiff. The plaintiff appeared in court
without an attorney. The defendant
did
did not appear. The plaintiff adduced evidence,
and the court, having fully reviewed the evidence, finds as follows:
1. The plaintiff or the defendant has been a resident of the State of Nebraska
for more than one year prior to the filing of this action and either the plaintiff or the
defendant was a resident of ___________________ County at the time the complaint
(county where Complaint filed)
was filed.
2. More than 60 days have passed since service was perfected or a voluntary
appearance was filed.
3. The court has jurisdiction over both parties and over the subject matter of this action.
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4. The parties were married on ______________________________________,
(date of marriage)
in ___________________________________________________________________.
(city and state where parties were married)
No children were born of this marriage that are affected by this proceeding, and none
are expected.
5. The defendant is not a member of the Armed Forces of the United States or
its allies.
6. The marriage of the plaintiff and the defendant is irretrievably broken, and
every reasonable effort to effect reconciliation has been made.
7. The parties are owners of various items of personal property and have
incurred certain debts, and all of the property and debts should be equitably divided
between the parties.
8. The plaintiff’s former name of _________________________________,
(former or maiden name, including first, middle and last names)
should be restored to her.
IT IS THEREFORE, ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED as follows:
9. The marriage between the plaintiff and the defendant is hereby dissolved.
Except for review on appeal, remarriage, and continuation of the health insurance
coverage, this decree shall become final and operative 30 days after this decree is filed
or on the date of death of one of the parties, whichever occurs first. For purposes of
remarriage, neither the plaintiff nor the defendant may remarry anyone anywhere in the
world for six months after this decree is filed with the clerk of the district court. For the
purposes of continuation of health insurance coverage, the decree shall become final
and operative six months after the decree is
entered.
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10. Each party shall keep the property in each party’s possession and shall be
responsible for the debts each has incurred.
11. The plaintiff’s former name of ____________________________________,
(former name, including first, middle and last names)
is restored to her.
12. The parties shall pay their own court costs.
13. Neither party is awarded alimony.
Dated:______________________.
BY THE COURT:
_______________________________
JUDGE
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