The ‘Virginia Guardianship Form’ Has No Legal Status In Iowa
A new state law requiring the submission of an Iowa guardianship form to receive a divorce or annulment will take effect in November.
But the process can be time-consuming, and can also take months.
“The new law requires that the Virginia Guardianship form be submitted by December 31, 2016,” the Iowa Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (DFRP) wrote in a statement to Buzzfeed.
“That deadline is the same as for most other petitions.
A new Virginia Guardians.
form is not required.
This form will be available for download from the Iowa website by December 30, 2016.”
The DFRP added that the new law applies to “domestic partners who have been married for at least 12 months,” and “non-domestic non-partners who have not been married less than 12 months.”
A Virginia Guardians and Custody Form must also include a declaration of non-marital property rights, which is important, the DFRPS said.
“In addition, the Virginia Form must state that the spouses were legally married in the Commonwealth of Virginia for at most one year, and that the children have lived in the same home in the United States for at or less than one year.”
The new law also requires a copy of a spouse’s certified copy of marriage licenses, birth certificates, or court orders, as well as the state’s marriage certificate or divorce decree.
The Virginia Guardians Form is a form used by the state for divorce or guardianship petitions, and is also used for divorces and annulments in Iowa.
The form is required for petitions filed after June 1, 2016, the first day of the state session.
The new Virginia Form does not require any information from the applicant, including the name of the person who filed the petition.