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Also, I'm no lawyer, but it's clear that she's already violated the preliminary injunction issued by the court. It says on the first page of the injunction that you will not remove or cause to be removed the other party from any existing insurance coverage, including automobile coverage.


Gerka, what she probably sent you was an original petition with the standard TRO language in it. This is what she is ASKING for. A hearing has to be held and the Judge has to GRANT her request for the TRO/injunction. That would be in the form of an order. Was there an order included signed by the Judge? If not, the TRO/injunction is not in effect. She would have had to ask for an "ex-parte" hearing, which means the Judge hears it without you present.

Additionally, until you "Answer" her petition, you are not yet a party. You know what to do with the waiver, right?

Did SHE send you the divorce paperwork? Did it come from an attorney? There are rules for service of process and I don't think if you have been properly served if she's the one that sent them to you. I'm not sure how that works when you are in the service out of the country, but I'm pretty sure she can't be the one that serves you directly. It has to be by a disinterested 3rd party and sometimes by special permission from the court. I wouldn't acknowledge receipt of the papers in any way.


Widowed 11/10/12 after 35 years of marriage
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In a sense now, I am homeless. For the home, the place of refuge, solitude, love-where my husband lived-no longer exists. Joyce Carolyn Oates, A Widow's Story