If your husband's case is still pending (call the clerk and ask), then you only need to file a counterpetition to force it forward. A counterpetition is cheaper than an original petition. If the case has been dismissed for want of prosecution, then you have to start over.
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I agree with Ms. Langford. If the case is still pending, file a counterpetition. That way he can't cancel the case (nonsuit the case) out from under you.Ask a similar question
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