Can I add to this question and ask if there is an even shorter version of the d-i-y divorce method? Specifically I heard something about a summary judgement divorce. What is that?
Your spouse can file a waiver of time, however this is only successful about half the time. Most of the time, the judge will still require you to complete the 30 day waiting period.
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I am doing a Do-It-Yourself divorce. My STBX has agreed to waive the 30 day waiting period, that comes after he is served with complaint or summons. Is there a form that he has to fill out and where do i get it from so we can have th 30day period waive and go on to setting the date for the divorce hearing. Thanks