Invalid separation date


#1

Possibly, if in fact the divorce was granted before a one years date of separation had passed. You should consult an attorney individually to addresss this.

Lisa M. Angel
Board Certified Family Law Specialist
The Rosen Law Firm
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#2
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[i]Originally posted by KBB[/i] [br]if the separation date stated in the absolute divorce is incorrect, (no actual separation existed) but not contested & the divorce is filed & finalized is the divorce still valid or can it be "overturned" at a later date?

#3

if the separation date stated in the absolute divorce is incorrect, (no actual separation existed) but not contested & the divorce is filed & finalized is the divorce still valid or can it be “overturned” at a later date?