By Robin Roshkind, Esquire, West Palm Beach, Florida
You have filled out all the papers, taken hours to compile documents, and now you want to go get divorced. Can a judge deny the divorce? The answer is yes.
The first reason is improper notice to your spouse. If your spouse was not properly served with divorce papers, or had not signed a waiver of service of process, then the divorce will be denied for improper notice to your spouse.
If there is a child involved in the break up of the marriage, and the child support obligations are not within the statutory guideline amount, the judge can deny the divorce.
If there is no parenting plan for time sharing, the judge will deny the divorce.
If there are no financial affidavits in the court file, and proper exchange of financial documents called mandatory disclosure has not been done, the judge can…
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