Please clarify? If he has signed a defendant's affidavit submitting to the divorce then you will not need anything further. If he has not done so he will need to be served by some method - be it personal service or alternate service (if he has vanished altogether) before you may proceed to finalize the divorce.
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If this is an uncontested divorce with no issues, no.
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If you have filed an Uncontested divorce even if he has signed and submitted a notarized defendant's affidavit if the document does not contain all the wording that the court requires. You should seek legal advise prior to submitting your final documents. You can feel free to contact my office.
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