Asked by MervinS
on 21-04-2020 07:53:44
Question posted in the Divorce Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00
My wife divorced me last year in June. It was uncontested and I did not see the need to have an attorney as the divorce contract was pretty straight forward. However, I was never notified of a court date and thus not present during the proceedings. I am still in the dark as to what the divorce decree actually entails? What process could I follow in obtaining the divorce decree as my ex wife strictly refuses to supply me with a copy?
Any help would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 22-04-2020 10:59:46
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You can go to the court and request a copy of the divorce order. They will look it up in their records, using the case number that you have, and make a copy for you.
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