What is a Prove-Up Hearing?

Category: Divorce Terminology

A prove-up hearing occurs in front of a judge at an uncontested divorce proceeding. Both parties, through their attorneys, simply confirm – or prove – to the judge that the divorce is uncontested and both parties agree to the terms. The hearing usually takes less than 10 minutes, and the divorce is usually granted without testimony or argument.

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