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Yes, you can file for default if he did not file the Response form FL-120.
Was he personally served within the State of California or did you have to serve him in the Philippines?
If thirty days have passed since service, you can go ahead with this process:
Child support can become complicated. Talk to the family law facilitator in your court for help with these forms and any questions you may have.
Spousal or partner support can become complicated. Talk to the family law facilitator in your court for help with these forms and any questions you may have.
Property issues can become complicated. Talk to a lawyer for help with these forms and any questions you may have. If the family law facilitator or self-help center in your court helps with property issues in divorce cases, you can also talk to them. You can also get more information by reading the section on Property and Debt.
Some counties may have additional requirements to complete a default divorce.
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