does a stipulation of discontinuance for a divorce need the plaintiff's and defendant's signatures or the attorney's signatures or both the attorneys' and the clients' signatures?
A stipulation of discontinuance should contain signatures of the parties as their respective attorneys.
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Yes. All parties and their lawyers should sign.
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