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When both spouses want to end their marriage and they agree on how to divide assets and debts and how custody of the children will be handled then they can file for a dissolution. Prior to filing with the Court the parties should have signed and entered in to a Separation Agreement which outlines their assets and liabilities and how custody of the children will be handled.

 

If the parties can agree on all terms, then a dissolution can be finalized usually within sixty (60) days of the filing of the paperwork with the Court.  

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