If you sell for the voice and your last name is spelled incorrect is the divorce still valid
No. You are not divorced.
Your attorney will need to make corrections.
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The simple fix is to file a motion with the court explaining the error. Without a doubt the court will amend the final judgment to reflect your correct name. You are still divorced nevertheless but for a typo. You may want to hire an attorney to accomplish this very simple task.
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