Will I Be Divorced At The End Of My Trial?
Today’s question comes to us today from Elizabeth and she wants to know will she be divorced at the end of her trial?
The answer to this is yes and no.
The judge will order, most often, that the parties are divorced at the end of the trial. However, your divorce is not really over legally until you have the signed decree from the judge and a notice of entry of that decree filed with the court. So remember, although the court might say, yes you are divorced at the end of the trial, legally speaking, you are not divorced until the order is filed, the decree is filed, and the notice of entry of decree has been filed with the court.
At that time, you can consider yourself divorced and you may move on to the new beginning of the rest of your life. I hope that this has helped you answer this question, Elizabeth. If you wanna discuss this further, please go to vegasdivorcemeeting.com. I’ll be more than happy to sit down with you to discuss this further.
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