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    Is this real? (JAG related - experience needed)

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    So, it's happened... again. Yes, again. My husband has asked me for a divorce for the 3rd time.

    He's told me that he's made an appointment with JAG. Now he tells me he has paperwork. I was just wondering for anyone that's been through this with JAG, would he be needing the last 4 of my social and my DL number for this? The second time he asked, I was actually the one that filed on my own, I did not go through JAG. I can't remember from the paperwork what information I needed.

    I'm only wondering because, my husband has been known to make threats and not follow through. I'm just trying to prepare myself here. If this is real, I want to know before the papers hit my door. As of right now, I have no evidence for me to believe it's real other than the fact that he's been staying at his friends house, which isn't much proof.

    Any help?
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    I'm not sure but he can easily get your SSN from DEERS if he needs it.

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    I always though base legal and jag didnt handle divorces?
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    I thought so as well. See, I'm just trying to get all of my ducks in a row here. I know that the legal forms that I obtained from the court to file on my own without and attorney didn't ask for that information. And I had to pay about $350 out of pocket to even get the process started. He's telling me he's already started the process and he just told me he wanted a divorce on Wed.
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    JAG doesn't deal with divorces as far as I know. Pretty sure you have to do it out in town.
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    So, it's fair to assume that he's bullshitting right now then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrummyCupCake View Post
    I thought so as well. See, I'm just trying to get all of my ducks in a row here. I know that the legal forms that I obtained from the court to file on my own without and attorney didn't ask for that information. And I had to pay about $350 out of pocket to even get the process started. He's telling me he's already started the process and he just told me he wanted a divorce on Wed.

    I THINK the only thing they can help with as far as a divorce goes is to help you get the paperwork situated and then you'd have to see an outside lawyer to get the ball rolling..dont quote me though...


    atually I'm not even 100% sure they can help you get the paperwork started
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    I think he's just trying to freak you out.
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    Are you asking to see if he's lying about drawing papers, hoping that you won't be getting a divorce? or so you can file yourself? I guess my questions is, would it matter if he needed your license or not?

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    It's working.

    I need so much help right now, it's ridiculous. My husband and I have been at odds for the past few months off and on. Of course, they aren't problems that can't be fixed. That's why I've been fighting soo hard to get him to work things out with me. I've already seen the chaplain. I'm going tomorrow to see someone for anxiety and depression. I don't know what else to do.
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