It depends on how the case is concluding? Is it a default by stipulation, stipulated judgment, marital settlement agreement, judgment after trial, summary dissolution? Basically the forms remain the same, but these are questions that I would ask a friend if they were asking me so that the Judgment doesnt get kicked back.
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Go to the Self-Help Clinic at the Court for assistance by a volunteer lawyer - or retain an experienced Family Law Attorney to finish the case for you.
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I just posted a guide on the topic of paperwork. Take a look, it might help you understand the various stages of the process:
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