Yes. Ex agrees to everything and just doesn't want to be bothered filing anything. Will sign but nothing more. We have no shared assets, insurance policies, children, or property.
Yes,this is uncontested.
Does the uncontested docket situation apply to New Jersey? If so, and just so I am sure I understand, does that mean that once I file per #5, i can ask when the court when it hears uncontested dockets and just appear there that day? or do I have to register or reserve a date?
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