My x husband claims he severed me but I never got papers
Look on the San Bernardino Court website under Civil cases probably under X husbands name to see if he took a default against you
You need to check the Register of Actions online. You need to make sure that you have a case #. If necessary, go to the court and do a public records search.
Google San Bernardino County superior court and look for the family law self-help section. You should be able to find your case by name.
This post is probably similar to others in that people just assume that because they filed a petition for dissolution that the court will automatically enter a judgment and declare the parties divorced. Even if your husband proceeded and actually did obtain a judgment via default, you still must receive a Notice of Entry Of Judgment and you were supposed to be served the initial petition. You still need to research the register of actions in San Bernardino or the county where he may have filed to view the status of the case. Ask your husband for a case number. If he refuses, this also sounds very similar to other scenarios where he is just bluffing you.
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