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The spouse filing for dissolution of marriage must have been a resident (or a member of the armed services stationed in Kentucky) for 180 days prior to filing. The dissolution of marriage may be filed in a county where either spouse usually resides. [Kentucky Revised Statutes; Title 35, Chapters 403.140 and 452.470].

The only no-fault ground for Kentucky is: Irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. A final dissolution of marriage will not be granted until the spouses have lived apart for 60 days. ("Living apart" is satisfied even if the spouses live in the same house but they may not have sexual relations). [Kentucky Revised Statutes; Title 35, Chapter 403.140].


  1. Use these exact words, all in capital letters: CIRCUIT COURT, KENTUCKY (enter the name of the Circuit Court in your area.)
  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: DECREE OF DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
  6. Use the word "County" here.

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