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Filing A Response After Being Served Divorce Papers
Mat Camp

Receiving divorce papers unexpectedly can result in a shock to the system; however, you must submit your response within a strict time frame if you wish to contest any of your spouse’s requests.

Failing to do so can result in a default judgement, which may forfeit your ability to dispute the issues in court meaning you could lose your chance to argue for more custody, against an alimony obligation, etc.

 

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