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No Continuance for Pro Se Husband (access required)

A divorce court did not err in denying husband a continuance, entering the final divorce decree as presented by wife’s counsel and awarding wife $960 in attorney’s fees, the Court of Appeals says. Husband argues that as a pro se party, he should have been served with notice of the hearing to enter the final divorce ...

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