This is a legal form that was released by the Idaho District Courts - a government authority operating within Idaho. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is Form CAO DPi7-7C?
A: Form CAO DPi7-7C is an Affidavit in Support of Default Decree of Divorce (With Children) specific to Idaho.
Q: What is an Affidavit?
A: An Affidavit is a written statement that is sworn under oath and used as evidence in court proceedings.
Q: What does 'Default Decree of Divorce' mean?
A: A Default Decree of Divorce is a court order granting a divorce when one party fails to respond or participate in the divorce proceedings.
Q: Who can use Form CAO DPi7-7C?
A: Form CAO DPi7-7C is used by individuals in Idaho who are seeking a divorce and have children.
Q: What does the form require?
A: The form requires information about the parties involved, details about the children, and a statement supporting the request for a default decree of divorce.
Q: Do I need to consult an attorney to fill out this form?
A: While it is always advisable to consult with an attorney for legal matters, individuals can often fill out this form on their own. However, it is recommended to seek legal advice if you have any questions or concerns.
Q: Are there any fees associated with filing this form?
A: There may be filing fees associated with submitting the form to the court. The fees vary depending on the jurisdiction and the specific court.
Q: How long does it take for a Default Decree of Divorce to be granted?
A: The length of time can vary depending on the court's schedule and other factors, but it typically takes several weeks to a few months for a Default Decree of Divorce to be granted.
Q: What happens after the Default Decree of Divorce is granted?
A: Once the Default Decree of Divorce is granted, the divorce becomes final and the parties can proceed with any necessary post-divorce matters, such as child custody arrangements and property division.
Download a printable version of Form CAO DPi7-7C by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Idaho District Courts.