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#676147 - 11/03/10 03:49 AM After the decree is signed by a judge
trick508 Offline

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After the decree is signed by a judge i understand that the divorce becomes final after 30 days and you cant remarry for 6 months. is there any amount of time after the decree is signed that the divorce can be withdrawn?

#676148 - 09/27/11 10:19 PM Re: After the decree is signed by a judge [Re: trick508]
Miss_Peggy Offline

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once it is signed by a judge it is final and you cannot have it withdrawn or reversed, but you could always remarry if that is what you both want. And please please please make sure it is what you really want.

#676149 - 03/29/13 04:16 PM Re: After the decree is signed by a judge [Re: Miss_Peggy]
bnewbiz Offline

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What are your options when your ex has not complied with Divorce agreement sold your personal property,and forged your signature on income Tax refunds ect. and you cant afford a lawyer.

Edited by bnewbiz (03/29/13 04:19 PM)

#676150 - 03/30/13 08:47 PM Re: After the decree is signed by a judge [Re: bnewbiz]
MinnesotaMom Offline

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Registered: 01/05/11
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You read up on the law and your options, then represent yourself.


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