The answer to your question depends on the terms of the proposed decree. A proposed decree is simply one of the documents that is required in the package of documents that are filed, Read it over. Either you do agree and the divorce is uncontested, or you do not agree and the divorce is contested and will have to be fought over when you return.
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The proposed decree probably refers to the proposed Divorce Judgment that you plan to ask the Judge to sign. There are forms and templates available. Thanks for your service.
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