You will need to call the Clerk’s office for any county that you believe he may have filed for divorce and give the clerk your name and birthdate and his name and birthdate. You can do this over the phone, but you may have more luck in person. The clerk should be able to pull up an cases filed in their county.
Hereof, can you be divorced and not know it?
To find out if you‘re legally divorced, you need an actual divorce order from the court. This can be more difficult than it sounds because your spouse could divorce you without your knowledge. … You may not know where your estranged spouse lives and that may be the location where they file for divorce.
Considering this, how long does a divorce take from start to finish?
Are you automatically divorced after 10 years?
In reality, there is no “Ten Year Rule.” Here are the facts: California law (Family Code Section 4336(a)) says that where a marriage is “of long duration,” the court “retains jurisdiction” indefinitely after the divorce is completed, unless the spouses agree otherwise.