STATE OF MAINE
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
Title to Real Estate Is Involved
Plaintiff was lawfully married to defendant in (town)
Plaintiff now resides in (town)
If either party wis hes to keep his/her address confidential, that party may compl ete an Affidavit for
Confidential Address (FM-057). This form is availabl e at the Cl erk’s Office
Defendant now resides in (town)
Residence of the Defendant is unknown and Plaintiff has used reasonable efforts and cannot locate Defendant.
The court has jurisdiction because (check all of the statements that apply):
A. Plaintiff resided in Maine in good faith for six months before filing this complaint;
B. Plaintiff is a resident of Maine and the parties were married in Maine;
C. Plaintiff is a resident of Maine and the parties resided in Maine when the grounds for divorce arose;
D. Defendant is a resident of Maine.
Neither party has filed for divorce or annulment from the other before this complaint, OR
A complaint for divorce or annulment was filed before in (court name, town and state of court)
Was dismissed on (date)
Is still pending.
The parties have personal property, AND
Either or both parties has an interest in real estate, (file and exchange form FM-056)
Neither party has an interest in real estate.
Plaintiff lists the following grounds for divorce:
Irreconcilable marital differences exist between the parties.
Plaintiff and defendant are the parents of the following child(ren):
Date of Birth
A. List below where and with whom the child(ren) have lived within the past 5 years.
Name and present address of
Dates child(ren) lived
Town and State where child(ren)
person child(ren) lived with
with that person
lived with that person
FM-004, Rev 09/09