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At the time of the filing of a petition, at least one (1) of the parties must have been: (1) A resident of the county; or (2) Stationed at a United States Military installation within the county; where the petition is filed for three (3) months immediately preceding the filing of the petition.
The Dissolution of Marriage is typically filed with in county in which the filing spouse lives.
(Indiana Code - Title 31 - Article 15 - Chapters: 2-3) Filing Party Name: The Petitioner.
This can have a bigger impact than the parties realize because, even though they are living separately, it is likely that the court will consider the date of legal separation to be the date on which the petition for divorce or for legal separation was filed.
Marital or Separate Property The court often determines the property to be considered part of the marital estate to be the property that existed on the date the petition for divorce or legal separation was filed.
If the parties are unable to work out their problems and they decide to proceed with a divorce, the legal separation can be converted into a petition for dissolution of marriage.
This way the date of legal separation for determining what should be included in the marital estate has been established and remains during the divorce action.