I live in Indiana and was divorced in Brown County, the divorce was finalized in December of 2004. My ex-wife and I did the divorce ourselves neither of us using an attorney. We were very amicable and agreed on everything. Around Novemeber of last year I got a notice from the Brown county court, she filed a petition with the court under trial rule 60b claiming the divorce was fraudulent. She did not include any other information she just cited the rule. My new wife(who is a paralegal) and I responded and cited under trial 60 b she had to file her complaint within a reasonable time and within 1 year. The court dismissed her motion. She recently re-filed and asked the judge to reconsider her decision and this tuime she listed the reasons why she felt it should be heard. she claimed that all of her signatures were forged(they were not), that she did not receive an equitable distribution of property, that after 8 years of marriage she was entitled to half of my retirement etc............... We filed a response to and requested the judge to vacate her motion. Our motion was denied this time and we are set to go to court in April. My ex took almost all of the furniture, she signed all the papers etc... ANyone have any thoughts on this?