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Phone the Registrar of the Court where you are going to get divorced or go to Court and ask the Registrar what the process is to obtain a court date.
Some courts require you to inform your spouse of the court date even if the divorce is not opposed.

Applying for a Date on the Unopposed Roll


If the opposing party did not deliver a Notice of Intention to Defend, and at least 10 court days have passed since the summons was served upon him / her, you may proceed with your divorce as an unopposed divorce and apply for a date on the unopposed roll.

This is a task that can only be performed if you know what the process is to obtain a court date in the court where you are going to get divorced; unfortunately the process differs slightly from court to court. You should phone the Registrar or go to Court and ask the Registrar what the process is to obtain a court date in that specific court. The process might be that you will have to write your case’s information in a register or fill in some forms. After the application for a court date is made, the Registrar will set the case down and inform you of the date that you have to be in court.

If you do not hear from the Registrar within a week or two, you should follow up by phoning or going to the Registrar. Remember to take your case number along with you!

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