The defendant fled the US and is oversee. He left wife, two children in US,IL one child is adult. He kept in touch with them on-line. However the spouses are considering to divorce.
Your question is unclear. If divorce proceedings are pending and the respondent has been served, the fact that the respondent is out of the country may have little impact on the divorce other than difficulty obtaining discovery and/or with communications. Other family members are not entitled to information based merely on the fact that the respondent is a party in divorce proceedings.
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I don't understand the question. Divorce is an option, and the husband does not need to be physically in the US for the wife to get divorced.
I'm not sure what the person has fled from?? If the person is out of the country you can still get s divorce. Consult s divorce lawyer to get things going.
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