Your consultation with the Divorce Lawyer will be scheduled within one business day of your purchase to ensure timely action.
Once you respond, you are now ‘in the case’ and can secure a trial date if your spouse fails to do so. You will require a Trial Brief for the trial. Your Attorney will advise.
If, after responding, your spouse wishes to agree on the disputed issues, a Stipulation can be prepared which would, in most cases, avoid a court appearance. Your Attorney will advise.
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