This is a legal form that was released by the Hawaii Family Court - a government authority operating within Hawaii. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is Form 3F-P-268?
A: Form 3F-P-268 is a proposed divorce decree without minor and/or dependent child(ren) in Hawaii.
Q: What is the purpose of Form 3F-P-268?
A: The purpose of Form 3F-P-268 is to outline the terms and conditions of a divorce when there are no minor and/or dependent child(ren) involved.
Q: What does 'proposed divorce decree' mean?
A: A proposed divorce decree is a document that outlines the terms of the divorce settlement which is presented to the court for approval.
Q: Who is this form applicable to?
A: This form is applicable to couples in Hawaii seeking a divorce without any minor and/or dependent child(ren).
Q: Is legal assistance required to fill out this form?
A: Legal assistance is not mandatory, but it is recommended to consult with a family law attorney when dealing with divorce proceedings.
Q: Are there any filing fees associated with this form?
A: Yes, there may be filing fees associated with filing for divorce in Hawaii. It is advisable to check with the local court or consult an attorney for the specific fee amount.
Q: Can this form be customized?
A: Yes, certain sections of the form may be customizable to suit the specific circumstances of the divorcing couple, but it is important to seek legal advice before making any significant changes.
Q: What happens after submitting this form to the court?
A: After submitting Form 3F-P-268 to the court, it will be reviewed by a judge. If all the terms are acceptable and meet the legal requirements, the judge will issue a final divorce decree.
Q: What if the divorcing couple has minor and/or dependent child(ren)?
A: If the divorcing couple has minor and/or dependent child(ren), they will need to use a different form specifically designed for such cases, as this form is only applicable when there are no children involved.
Download a fillable version of Form 3F-P-268 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Hawaii Family Court.