Wavier of 30 days


#1

Generally, there are no sample forms available. The waiver should state that he is aware there is a thirty day period and he specifically waives the thirty day period of time from the filing of the complaint and further notice.

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#2

I have to refile for divorce because the post office let someone other that my soon to be ex sign for the summons, they also did not stamp the dilivery date on the green card. I am looking for a sample of a Waiver of the 30 day wait period. The judge will accept this but not sure what it should contain.