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How To: Change or Enforce Your Maine Divorce or Parental Rights Order

If you are trying to modify (change) or enforce a final order from a Parental Rights and Responsibilities or Divorce case, you might find some helpful information here. This guide will walk you through the process for filing these motions.

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Probate Jurisdictional Affidavit

The Maine court form for determining the jurisdiction for certain family law and name change cases
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FM-058 Affidavit and Request for Registration of a Foreign Order

The Maine court form to register a divorce or parental rights and responsibilities order from another state.
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FM-137 Order Setting Hearing on Motion for Contempt

The form used by the court to set a hearing on a Motion for Contempt. Not interactive.  The Maine Court website states that you must purchase a hard copy from the Court Clerk. We post this for informational purposes only.
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FM-068 Motion for Contempt

The Maine court form for filing a Motion for Contempt of a divorce or parental rights and responsibilities order
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FM-090 Information Sheet - Motion for Contempt

This is not a form, but an informational sheet about what to do with the forms for a Motion for Contempt of a divorce or parental rights and responsibilities judgment
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FM-070 Motion to Enforce

The Maine court form to file a Motion to Enforce a divorce or parental rights and responsibilities judgment
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FM-089 Information Sheet - Motion to Enforce

This is not a form, but an informational sheet about what to do with the forms for a Motion to Enforce a divorce or parental rights and responsibilities judgment