Go to your local Superior Court's self-help clinic for assistance from a volunteer attorney preparing your papers for filing and advising you of the Declaration of Disclosure process and the procedures and documents needed to file a Stipulated Judgment. You would best at least consult with an experienced Family Law Attorney to evaluate the proposed settlement that you have with your husband.
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I agree with Attorney Conviser. Also, if you were married less than five years and do not have any children you might want to Google JC form FL-810 and see if you satisfy the other requirements for a summary dissolution. It is a streamlined procedure for short-term marriages that do not have a lot of issues.
I would ask the local clerk at the courthouse.
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