Amendment to Complaint


#1

Dear Debbie1:

Greetings. Sorry, but I am not clear on your question. You may need to take your documents to an attorney to review for you. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#2

I recently filed a do-it-yourself divorce, Absolute divorce. After defendent was served by the sheriff, the defendent advised by mail some issues to be added to the complaint and judgement.

My question is, how do I amend these issues without having additional charges and a possible delay in the filed paperwork.