Two thing pop to mind.
1) You could have a local family law attorney review the documents to make sure they are correct.
2) If you are going in front of a judge, he or she should review the documents to make sure they are proper before signing off on the divorce. In my experience if there is an error the judge points it out and tells you what needs to be fixed to finalize the divorce.
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