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Laura A. Wasser

Laura Wasser is a Family Law Attorney with over 20 years of experience. Having handled a number of high-profile, high-net-worth divorce cases, Laura Wasser and her team have developed an intuitive and simple process for uncontested divorces available to everyone.

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In order to file a divorce in North Dakota, the filing spouse must have been a resident of the state for at least six months prior to filing.


North Dakota recognizes irreconcilable differences as the no-fault ground for divorce.

Adultery, extreme cruelty, conviction of a felony, abuse of alcohol or controlled substances, willful desertion for a period of one year or more, and willful neglect, are the fault-based grounds for divorce in the State of North Dakota.


Custody should be determined in accordance with the best interests of the child. The court will consider many factors, including the moral fitness of the parents, the wishes of the mature child, the mental and physical health of all parties involved, and the child’s adjustment to the home, school or community, when determining child custody.


In North Dakota, an action for dissolution of marriage may be brought in the county in which the responding party resides at the time of the commencement of the action. The action shall be brought in the petitioning party’s county if the respondent lives outside of the state.


Before or after the divorce proceeding has been initiated, the parties may agree to submit any or all of their disputed issues to mediation, allowing the parties to agree in court on an uncontested basis.


Court filing fees are in addition to the cost of using it's over easy. This cost may vary by county. Please check with your local courthouse to determine the exact amount.

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