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If You are the Defendant in a Family Law Case: Maine Court Forms

Important Notice: Doing your own court case without a lawyer is hard and not always a good idea. Before going ahead, we advise you to read Divorce and Parental Rights in Maine.


If you have been served with a Divorce or Parental Rights complaint, and you wish to be heard by the court, you must fill out, file, and serve certain court forms. Here is a list of the forms you will need.

We offer two options for preparing your court forms. See the chart below.

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Motion for Contempt: Maine Court Forms


Important Notice: Doing your own court case without a lawyer is hard and not always a good idea. Before going ahead, we advise you to read How to: Change or Enforce your Maine Divorce or Parental Rights Order.


To get your case into court, you must fill out, file, and serve certain court forms. Here is a list of the forms you will need to get your case started.

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Motion to Enforce: Maine Court Forms


Important Notice: Doing your own court case without a lawyer is hard and not always a good idea. Before going ahead, we advise you to read How to: Change or Enforce Your Maine Divorce or Parental Rights Order.


To get your case into court, you must prepare, file, and serve certain court forms. Here is a list of the forms you will need to get your case started.

Access: 
Court Form Category: 

Divorce with No Children: Maine Court Forms

Important Notice: Doing your own court case without a lawyer is hard and not always a good idea. Before going ahead, we advise you to read How To: Get a Divorce in Maine (Without Children).


To get your case into court, you must prepare, file, and serve certain court forms. Here is a list of the forms you will need to get your case started.

We offer two options for preparing your court forms. See the chart below.

Access: 
Court Form Category: 

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