When you sign many legal documents part of the provisions in the documents usually say something about being of sound mind, such as a will or other documents. You are stating and witnesses are present to swear to the fact that you are entering the action with a mind that is, well, sound. Am I crazy, pun intended, but that does not seem to be required to file for divorce. Just wondering if any one has any thoughts on this.
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