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SingleDad Question: Uncontested Divorce
uncontested divorce, once the papers have been willingly signed by the
Respondent, transition classes have been taken by both parties and the
disposition has been signed by the Petitioner in his attorney’s office, can the
Respondent take any such action to stop the judge from signing a final divorce
From Kentucky Divorce Attorney Janet Yu
required documents have already been signed, it may be difficult to try to now
stop the judge from entering the decree. If the Settlement
is obviously inequitable, the judge may want to call the parties in to speak
with them or have a few changes made.
that, if all other necessary documents have already been filed with the court,
the judge will likely proceed with signing the decree. I would recommend that
you speak with an attorney and let them see your case file.
looking at the Settlement Agreement and all other documents, a family law
attorney, such as the divorce lawyers at Cordell & Cordell, would be able to tell you of any claims that
you may be able to make to delay or overturn the judge’s entering of the
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