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One of the spouses must have been a resident of the state for 6 months and the county in which the petition is filed for 3 months immediately prior to filing for dissolution of marriage. [Annotated Indiana Code; Title 31, Article 1, Chapter 11.5-5.6].

The only no-fault ground for dissolution of marriage in Indiana is: Irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. (Annotated Indiana Code; Code 31, Article 1, Chapter 11.5-5.,3].


  1. Use these exact words, all in capital letters: COURT OF COUNTY, INDIANA (The first line will have the word SUPERIOR, CIRCUIT, or DOMESTIC RELATIONS in it. Each county uses a different one. Contact your County Clerks office for further information.
  2. Use these exact words, all in capital letters: PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
  3. Use the word "Petitioner". Be sure the "P" is capitalized.
  4. Use the word "Respondent". Be sure the "R" is capitalized.
  5. Use these exact words, all in capital letters: FINAL DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE DECREE
  6. Use the word "County" here.

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