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    I have a court order which gives a judgement regarding juridiction in my child custody case. The problem is that there is a typo in the court order, a mistake. It states that someone else besides my former spouse passed away when it was actually my spouse who died. What do I do to get this typo corrected? Do I need to take action or should I ignore it? Can the opposing party use this mistake to say that the order is not valid? Is it a huge process to get this corrected?

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    Originally posted by aqlprr
    I have a court order which gives a judgement regarding juridiction in my child custody case. The problem is that there is a typo in the court order, a mistake. It states that someone else besides my former spouse passed away when it was actually my spouse who died. What do I do to get this typo corrected? Do I need to take action or should I ignore it? Can the opposing party use this mistake to say that the order is not valid? Is it a huge process to get this corrected?

    Help!
    Check Minnesota's civil procedure rules. In most states there is a rule applying to minor clerical errors and how to correct them.

    If it is an order on only jurisdiction I would think that the mistake wouldn't effect the overall order. As long as it doesn't, it can be pretty much ignored, unless the other party has abn issue with it.

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