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In going over final divorce papers that were stamped and filed to put divorce on calendar there an error year filed

Buffalo, NY |
Filed under: Divorce

Initial summons etc this uncontested and have notarized affidavit from defendant. What do I do now says 1914 not 2014 yet all filing and rest states 2014

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  1. If the papers gets rejected you will have to refile.

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  2. Get a new and corrected affidavit. File it.

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  3. If the Court contacts you fix the error. If not you can submit an Amended Judgment with an Affidavit explaining the error.

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  4. I'm not sure I understand - are you saying the divorce judgment has an incorrect year, or the defendant's affidavit? If the defendant's affidavit, then it doesn't really matter so long as the judgment of divorce is correct. If the judgment of divorce is incorrect, then you may need to file a motion to re-settle. Speak to a divorce attorney in your area.

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