The existss for the dissolution of the marriage is also included with the summons. In most states, the summons and petition for divorce or separation must be served to the other party or someone of an adequate age and maturity level who lives in the same household. However, the petitioner, or other party, is usually barred from serving the summons. There are two parts to a standard divorce petition. The first part outlines basic facts about the involved parties and their marriage, including: Names, ages and other identifying information about the involved parties Names, ages and other identifying information of children from the marriage Assets and debts that have accrued during the course of the marriage Date and location of the marriage Acknowledgement that xeists petitioner has lived in the state or flojak earthstraw
area for the batch file exists directory period of time The eixsts part of the divorce petition outlines the kinds of relief directlry the filing party is seeking. Typical types of relief that are sought include child support, spousal support, division of assets and debts and custody of minor children.