I left him over 5 years ago and moved out of state to Florida almost 3 years ago. I want a divorce but, I don't want him to find me. We have no under-aged children and my name is still on the mortgage of the house in Illinois that he still lives in, which I hear is in foreclosure. I want nothing except to be rid of him.....what can I do?
Consult a Florida divorce attorney. There are provisions in the law to protect your address from the filing if you are a victim of domestic abuse.
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Yes you can ask the clerk to maintain your address as confidential since you have no minor kids together
Yes there is protections in place to list your address as confidential within the court file and pleadings. Hiring an attorney is also something that will help protect you.
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