He can not legally divorce you without you being served. The first thing you should do is obtain a copy of the court file to determine rather or not you were ever served or if your signature is on anything in the file.
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If a petition for dissolution of marriage is filed but not pursued, it will usually be placed on the inactive calenar before being dismissed. If your case has not been dismissed, you should be able to get a copy of the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage and then file a response. You do not need to wait for service. The court will most likely set a hearing once you file a response or a request for a hearing or trial. If the case is inactive, you may need to request that it be placed back on the active calendar and that a hearing be set.
If the matter was dismissed because neither party wished to pursue the divorce at the time, then you will need to file a new Petition for a Dissolution of Marriage. The court will handle it as a new case.
Since you are still a residence of Arizona you can file here even if he has moved. There are self-help forms available on -line or at the Superior Court. You may be able to look up your case at Arizona Public Access.
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