You need to hire an attorney to have him served by publication if you honestly have no way to locate him. After 33 years it's time you get this cleared up! ;) Good luck!
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I agree with Ms. Shanklin - 33 years is long enough, it's time! As stated in the previous answer, there are legal procedures in place that allow someone in your predicament to get divorced. You should speak with an attorney in your area so that you follow the correct steps to ensure everything is handled the right way. Best of luck.Ask a similar question
You are going to need to file a petition then show the court why you should be allowed to serve him by publication... an attorney would really help with the process and you should certainly consult one. Good luck.
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