This paper presents the domain form of interaction integrals based on three independent formulations for computation of stress intensity factors, electric displacement intensity factors and magnetic induction intensity factors for cracks in functionally graded magnetoelectroelastic materials. Conservation integrals of J-type are derived based on the governing equations for magnetoelectroelastic media and the crack tip asymptotic fields of homogeneous magnetoelectroelastic medium as auxiliary fields. Each of the formulations differs in the way auxiliary fields are imposed in the evaluation of interaction integrals and each of them results in a consistent form of the interaction integral in the sense that extra terms naturally appear in their derivation to compensate for the difference in the chosen crack tip asymptotic fields of homogeneous and functionally graded magnetoelectroelastic medium. The additional terms play an important role of ensuring domain independence of the presented interaction integrals. Comparison of numerically evaluated intensity factors through the three consistent formulations with those obtained using displacement extrapolation method is presented by means of two examples. © Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2008.