I'm trying to get a divorce, but my husband is giving me a hard time. In the past there was EPO involved and he just doesn't want to deal with going to court. I filed the self packet with a child and notarize it. And then he was served. So he decided to filled out his part an notarized it but he doesn't want to sign the settlement on how his going to support his child.
Much of this depends on you and your husband. The minimum is 60 days. It sounds like mediation may be helpful or just motion for a default hearing after 60 days. It may be 2-3 months out to get a court date with enough time to present your issues. If child support is your only issue 30 minutes is all you need.
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