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On what grounds can a divorce be considered null and void?

Bonham, TX |
Filed under: Divorce

My husband and I were only married for 7 months when we agreed to divorce. He left and took all of my things with him. He said he would give them back when the divorce is final. Now after the divorce has been filed and he saw the judge(I got no notice) he says that he is going to tell his lawyer that we slept together and that it will make the divorce null and void, Is this true?

Attorney Answers 1


No! You really need a good family law attorney. What you spend on the attorney will end up saving you money in the log run.

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