am filing on my own and he has not answered the summons
I am filing everything on my own.once he is served the summons for divorce and does not sign it I wont have that paper to file .what do I do if it was the sheriffs department that served him.
Yes, this is called a divorce by default.
Default is possible. But it requires paperwork.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
Yes. The judgment can be granted based in the defendant defaulting.
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Yes, you can be granted a default judgment which will permit you the remedies you seek in your divorce complaint.
Divorce / Separation Lawyer
Have your husband served by a process server. The server will then file an Affidavit of Service.
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