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DEFAULT JUDGMENTS –Trial Courts Must Carefully Examine Petitioner’s Complaint

A default judgment in dissolution of marriage cases is a judgment attained when the respondent fails to file a response. The petitioner then can file a request with the court to move forward in the case without the respondent’s involvement.

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