Pro se question


#1

The absolute divorce will most likely be a separate filing from the settlement. Without reviewing the settlement, we can’t know whether you would be required to be present in court for its entry. You should seek an attorney’s review before signing.

Lisa M. Angel
Board Certified Family Law Specialist
The Rosen Law Firm
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, NC 27607
(919) 781-1741 direct voice
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NCdivorce.com
email: angel@rosen.com

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#2

In addition, will there even be a court date? Since I told the judge it was ok for his attorney to show up after getting my signature on settlement. Or is the paperwork just filed? And if so, would this be where I included an absolute divorce filing included for the judge to sign or can it be all taken care of before the hearing since there are no more disputes?

Thanks in advance for your time…sorry for the lengthy post