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In Vermont, the following documents are required if you are filing for divorce: a cover sheet (form 800), a summons, complaint for divorce, notice of appearance and affidavit of child custody (form 836), an affidavit of income and assets (form 813), page 1 of a child support order (form 802) and a Health Department Vermont Record of Divorce or Annulment. For parties without minor children, the information regarding child custody and support does not need to be filed.
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