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MAIL IN FILING

In Washington State you may complete your divorce without appearing in court by filing in Wahkiakum County. Wahkiakum County accepts divorce petitions by mail and completes the divorce without any party ever going to the courthouse. Both parties must agree to have the matter resolved in Wahkiakum County. The parties do not need to live in Wahkiakum County.

Once you complete the questions on this site you simply mail the forms to the courthouse and they will be returned, signed by the court. No appearance in court will ever be necessary. If you wish to complete your divorce in this manner, make sure that you choose Wahkiakum County when CompleteCase.com asks which county.

Specific, simple instructions regarding completing this process, including the address of the courthouse, are provided by CompleteCase.com when you finish answering the questions here on line.

RESIDENCY

In order to file your divorce in Washington State, either you or your spouse must live in Washington. Living in Washington simply means actually being in Washington with the intent to make Washington your home. There are no specific time limits regarding how long you must reside in Washington.

FORMS

The forms produced by CompleteCase.com are the forms issued by the State of Washington Office of the Administrator of the Courts. They are mandatory for use throughout the state.

FILING FEES

Washington court filing fees are in addition to the cost of using CompleteCase.com. This cost may vary by county. Please check with your local courthouse to determine the exact amount.

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