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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

ok first i need to know what this means exactly, in the decree of dissolution of marriage it states, "Both parties may make at any time a written and signed Application to the court asking that this Decree be set aside and held for naught, and upon proper proof to the court the decree will be set aside and vacated"

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That means that if any time during the process decide they want to terminate the process they must make a joint application to the court to set the decree aside. BOTH parties must agree to set the decree aside, only one party cannot do so.

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