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It is a religious official divorce .Usually we don't have an agreement before the divorce like here. And according to our regulations,in order to be used outside of the country, it has it be notarized by the Foreign Embassy, which my ex-husband did. Now is my divorce is legal here? Do we still have to do something through court? And as he is arguing about my rights here in the states, do I still have a chance to get my rights here through court even after the divorce?
The other problem is we got the house 4 years ago, but my name is XXXXX XXXXX the deed. We lived in the house 1 year, then he moved to Mississippi for work. He comes one weekend/mo. So which court I should file into, if I need to do something?
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