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As long as the proper grounds for divorce have been met, the other party cannot stop the other from ultimately getting a divorce. They may be able to stall things a bit, but they cannot stop the person from getting divorced. You also indicated that they have already settled on everything. I assume that means that they have a written property settlement agreement. So if his attorney withdraws from representing him, he may be able to get a one time continuance to find another attorney (that will be up to the judge), but ultimately, she will get her divorce. I hope this helps. Do you have any other questions?
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