when you file your FINAL judgment or the judge issues the final divorce decree you ask for the divorce to be effective as of that date. There has to be a reason though. What is the reason you want to be divorce on a specific date?
I just will like to happend soon my Husband has a lot of legal issue and I do not want to be legal connected to him.
Do I need to file an extra document for that so the Judge Issue the final divorce decree.
Once you have a final hearing on the matter, if you and your ex agree you can file an agreement, otherwise there will need to be a trial and then after the trial you will submit a judgment form
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Could I get divorce and then continuo with a Trial.
Since we do not have any agreement yet and will take time to agree in one.
you would have to file what is called a motion to bifurcate. It would grant you a divorce as far as being a single person and the assets and things would be decided at a later date
This Motion to bifurcate can be prepared by me with legal help.
here is a link to information on it
Just fill out an FL-300 and then fill out this and attach it
I have a Family - Law Attorney who see not to respond to my petition about getting divorce soon when I see her in court on the date of the hearing how could I ask if she has the documentation ready to presented to the judge any way she is paid in full and I start to believe she is now in my husband side since is not keeping me inform of what is going on?
What is your best advice to me ?
i would prepare the bifurcation paperwork I just gave you and take it with you to court. You can fire your attorney if you don't feel as though she is on your side
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My Attorney E- mail me and she says I can get the dissolution of my marriage unless my husbans agree he filed his response to my petition with the defende that my marriage was a fraud.
Could you tell me if this is the Law since I hire an attorney to divorce me not to prove in a trial that my marry was real which it was.
I believe for my husband to say that he need to have a good reason in order to request for a trial for this matter.
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