no kids, no debts, just a split down the middle
The judge probably would have few or no questions. He or she will ask you to read your script or give your testimony. He or she may want to know if a name change is requested. The Judge may inquire to be sure no child is born, adopted or expected, and that there really is no property of any kind omitted from the pronouncement of relief.
In addition, the judge will more than likely focus on your document that you will present to the court. Make sure this document is fully filled out, listing all the property you two owned prior to and during the marriage. If it does not then the Judge will more than likely ask you to re-fill it out, there in the court room, or reset the case for another day.
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