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    How do I secretly divorce my husband

    What is the name of your state? Illinois. I have been married to my husband for a year and a half. I am in the military and I want to divorce him. I am the only one working and we have a kid. He have threated to kill me. How do I divorce him secretly or file without him knowing?
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    Re: How do I secretly divorce my husband

    Originally posted by abusedwmn2003
    What is the name of your state? Illinois. I have been married to my husband for a year and a half. I am in the military and I want to divorce him. I am the only one working and we have a kid. He have threated to kill me. How do I divorce him secretly or file without him knowing?

    My response:

    You can't. He's entitled to "Notice" of the action, and "Due process of Law" (his day in court) - - especially when there's a child of this marriage.

    However, if you are in fear for your life, then you should file for a Restraining Order. That will keep him away from you. You better have some real good proof.

    While he's away from you, then file your action for Dissolution, and have him served at the location where he's staying.

    IAAL

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