What happens if you never get served divorce papers?

What happens if you never get served divorce papers?

If you were not served, then you can move to set aside the default and force her to start over. If the only issue you are concerned over is custody and visitation, then you can just file a motion to modify custody and visitation.

Do you give your spouse a copy of the divorce papers before their files?

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In all states, the spouse asking for a divorce must file a divorce petition (or complaint) with the local court and complete “service of process,” by making sure the responding spouse receives copies of the divorce paperwork. In most states, the answer is no, you may not deliver your own divorce papers.

What happens if spouse does not show up for divorce court?

Failure to appear means you have skipped a scheduled court date without notifying the court. You can be charged with contempt of court, and the judge can issue a bench warrant for your arrest. While such measures don't usually happen in a divorce case, you still should always show up in court if required to do so.