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I have been legally separarted for over 2 years and my ...

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I have been legally separarted for over 2 years and my papers have been filed in the county where I live. How do I go about filing for divorce and how expensive will it be to get it done. There is no assets no nothing.
Not sure why they would be charging so much. In general you would have to file a motion to convert your legal separation into a dissolution of marriage. They might be charging this much if there are no court forms for this motion and they would need to draft the pleadings making the request. I would first ask the court clerk where you had your divorce if there are forms to amend/convert your legal separation into a divorce. If they have none, then shop around for a better quote. Your local law librarian may also have the practice guides on how to go about this yourself.

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