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Q: Can my husband divorce me without me knowing about it?He is telling me he will do it ?
Pawnee A. Davis
Pawnee A. Davis answered on Nov 25, 2017

If your husband lies and says he does not know where you live and is unable to serve you then he can at least try to divorce you without you knowing it. Eventually he would need to serve you by alternative service. At that point someone might see your name associated with the case in a periodical... Read more »

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Q: My ex-husband coerced me into signing the divorce agreement by saying he would not pay any alimony until it was decreed

He also said that we were separated while we were still together and before even filing for separation, he moved his GF into his house. Are there any ways I can do anything without him stopping the alimony payments?

Pawnee A. Davis
Pawnee A. Davis answered on Nov 9, 2017

There is no way this could be enforceable if you were coerced in this manner. I would want to know the particulars of your case and if you have a divorce judgment from a judge. You need an attorney to protect your rights. You may contact me if interested or please contact another lawyer of your... Read more »

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