This is an attorney-prepared Divorce Hearing Checklist for attorneys and pro se litigants who need guidance in preparation for their final hearing on their uncontested dissolution of marriage case.
Who is this Checklist for?
Attorneys and pro se litigants who need guidance in preparation for their final hearing on their uncontested dissolution of marriage case. This checklist applies to divorcing spouses who don’t have minor children or property.
This checklist is also for people in an uncontested divorce action with NO MINOR CHILDREN and NO PROPERTY to divide. This is the last chapter of your divorce proceeding. Congrats!
What’s in this Checklist?
This checklist contains the questions asked at an UNCONTESTED Divorce Final Hearing. These questions are either asked by the attorney on record or the judge. If you are not represented, the Judge will ask you these questions.
Uncontested means that there are no issues for the court to decide. The Court will ask you a series of questions to establish jurisdiction and finalize the case.
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