Defendant signs an Acceptance of Service, Affidavit of Consent, and a Waiver of Notice of Intention to Request Entry of a Divorce Decree. If the parties have minor…

After Divorce

Your divorce is not final until the judge signs and files a Decree of Divorce! What is the final paperwork for divorce? A divorce decree is the final…

After Divorce

For standard serves, the typical time to serve papers is 5-7 days. Turn-around-time (or TAT) can vary from process server to process server. However, this is something that…

After Divorce

The Petition must now be served on your spouse. A process server is retained and the document is served on him/her on your instructions. Your spouse has fourteen…

After Divorce

Do divorce papers come certified mail? There are options when it comes to serving your divorce papers. Though neither you, your child, someone involved in the case cannot…

After Divorce

You can use any of these delivery methods: Hand delivery. Email. Regular Mail or Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested. Can a divorce petition be served by email? Well,…

After Divorce

You and your divorce attorney will simply have to file a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage with the courts. This can be done without a spouse’s signature. After…

After Divorce

After it is signed by both parties, and their lawyers as to its form (if they have lawyers), the parties submit the agreement to Court, with the wavier…

After Divorce

If you properly served the divorce petition and your spouse filed an uncontested response, but won’t sign off on the final divorce papers, courts in some states may…

After Divorce

Applications for divorce can be submitted by one person (a sole application) or together as a couple (a joint application). You can apply online through the Family Court…

After Divorce