My husband was ordered to provide assets and 2 yrs tax returns to court when I divorced him but he didn't how does this aff?
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I assume, then, that the divorce cannot be finalized until he does, as there is no information for either you two to come to agreement or for the judge to make decisions at a trial.
Consider a motion to compel him to produce this information and/or for contempt for failing to follow the judge's order.
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