Martha L. Stewart
7698 Fed Way
Ketchum, Idaho 83353
Ph: 208-897-3020

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE                                          JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF

THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BLAINE

 

 

Martha L. Stewart,

                        Plaintiff,

            vs.

Jimmy Y. Stewart,

                        Defendant.

 

 

Case No.: ___________________

 

DECREE OF DIVORCE

 

 

 

 

This matter came before the court on the ________ day of _______________________, 20___.  It appears from the records and files of this action that a Complaint was filed and served upon the Defendant. 

[   ] Twenty (20) days have passed; the Defendant is not in the armed services of the United States of America and is not a minor nor an incompetent.  A Default has been entered.    or   

[   ] Defendant and Plaintiff have agreed and signed a written stipulation to the entry of this Decree. 

It appears that the allegations of the Plaintiff's Complaint are sustained and the Plaintiff is and was a bona fide resident of the State of Idaho and has been a resident for more than six (6) weeks preceding the commencement of this action.

There are two minor children born to or adopted by the Parties. The names and dates of birth are: Cindy Jean Stewart, 01/23/01; James Stewart, Jr., 02/02/03. The wife is not now pregnant.

The court has jurisdiction to determine custody of any minor child/ren pursuant to the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act, Idaho Code Section 32-11-101, et seq. because Idaho was the home state of the minor child/ren on the date of filing the Complaint.      

The court also has jurisdiction to determine child support.

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED AND DECREED:

  

            1.  Decree. The bonds of matrimony now existing between the Plaintiff and the Defendant are dissolved on the grounds of irreconcilable differences, and the Plaintiff is awarded an absolute decree of divorce from the Defendant.

            2.  Agreement.  The parties have executed a Property Settlement Agreement and Child Care Plan, which settles all property, debt and child issues of the marriage.  The Court incorporates the attached Property Settlement Agreement and Child Care Plan as the complete settlement of all issues of the marriage.

3. Name Change.  Wife will retain the last name of Meriwether.

 

 

Date:  _________________________                      ___________________________________

                                                                                   Magistrate Judge

 

 

Date:  _________________________                      ___________________________________

                                                                                    Martha L. Stewart

 

 

Date:  _________________________                      ___________________________________

                                                                                   Jimmy Y. Stewart

 

 

CLERK’S CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

      

I certify that a copy of the Decree of Divorce was served:

 

To: [   ] By Hand-delivery
Martha L. Stewart [   ] By Mailing
7698 Fed Way [   ] By Fax
Ketchum, Idaho 83353
To: [   ] By Hand-delivery
Jimmy Y. Stewart [   ] By Mailing
123 Creek Gulch Drive [   ] By Fax
Ketchum, Idaho 83353

Date:  ____________________________            ___________________________________

                                                                                    Deputy Clerk of the District Court