Form F38 Affidavit Desk Order Divorce
Form F38 Affidavit Desk Order Divorce is a prescribed form under the Supreme Court Family Rules. It is used in both joint and sole claims for divorce that are uncontested. Because the same form is completed differently depending on whether a joint or sole claim is involved, be careful to ensure you use the correct example.
Where to find this form and any examples
Be careful to view the correct example depending on whether you are dealing with a joint or a sole claim for divorce. The following are links to blank versions of this form and any examples on Clicklaw Wikibooks or elsewhere online:
|Form F38||Affidavit - Desk Order Divorce||HTML||DOC (fillable)|
|Form F38||Form F38 Affidavit - Desk Order Divorce (Joint)|
|Form F38||Form F38 Affidavit - Desk Order Divorce (Sole)|
How to use this form
- See the full list of Supreme Court Family Forms.
The legal termination of a valid marriage by an order of a judge; the ending of a marital relationship and the conjugal obligations of each spouse to the other. See "conjugal rights," "marriage" and "marriage, validity of."
(1) The assertion of a legal right to an order or to a thing; (2) the remedy or relief sought by a party to a court proceeding.