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Q: The husband never talk just suddenly sent me a email from a attorney about divorce case, I don't know what is that?

I'm in the process of divocing the husband. But I need time to figure out something. I broke my bone and cannot work at the present. I live and rest at another place because it is too depressed if I don't move out. but husband looks like he is in hurry to finish the divorce as fast as he wants. I guess he hired a lawyer to force the divorce done fast enough so he can keep all shared property as his own.

The email tittle is :Notification of Service for Case.

Something else in the email : as the attorney in charge in accordance with rule 8 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure. All communications from the Court or other counsel with respect to this suit shall be sent to the attorney in charge.

I certify that a true copy of this Designation of Attorney in Charge was served in accordance with rule 21a of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure on each attorney of record or party on November

Thank you in advance.

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Penny Wymyczak-White
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Penny Wymyczak-White
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A: Retain a lawyer, Yiu may be able to get temporary spousal support until you can return to work, The service not be good but I cant tell you for sure without looking at the file..

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