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Dear JACUSTOMER - Whenever there is a dissolution there must be agreement on all issues. If your wife is not cooperation you will have to file as a contested divorce by filing a complaint. If she fails to answer then you can obtain the divorce as a non contested action. You are correct not to waste your filing fees if your information is not complete however I doubt the clerk would accept the petition if it is incomplete.
I'm not certain if the same web page you used has the forms for a contested divorce but if it does that is what you are going to have to use.
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