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Divorce Team Radio - Your Source for Divorce and Family Law Matters

Mar 1, 2021

In this show, Leh and Todd  give examples of what happens when you miss legal deadlines or you do not take action on certain legal issues. They discuss when the failure is fatal to the case, and when you might be able to do something about it. The examples we tackle include:  If I missed a Court Hearing, can I file an appeal because I can barely see my daughter? My Marriage application was voided by the Probate Court because I did not file the proper steps, does that mean that I don't have to file for divorce because the marriage is not valid? When we got married, it turns out that my husband's divorce was not final. Does that mean we have to get remarried? I was separated from my deceased husband for years, but he died recently. We never bothered to get a divorce. No I want to get remarried but I can't get a marriage license because the Court keeps saying I still married. My former mother-in-law put on the death certificate that he had been divorced.; What happens if my rights were terminated and I want them reinstated?; and a few more!
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