My question involves a marriage in the state of: Michigan
I filed for divorce and my husband and his attorney (who does not even specialize in divorce cases) filed the answer and a counter-complaint and his attorney sent copies of these to me (with postage due, of course). I received these papers the day after I hired an attorney so they were not aware I had one. Now that I am looking over these papers, I notice that the papers look like they are ok but I notice that both are signed by the attorney and neither is signed by my husband. Also, the counter-complaint has no date on the papers whatsoever. There is no stamp or anything showing that these are copies of the true copy filed at the court house or notarized or anything. So, I don't even know if the counter-complaint was filed within the 28 days.
Is this how the papers should be? It just seems odd to me.