It may, but keep in mind that the court will only tolerate so much foot dragging on your spouse’s part.
If there were genuine questions about their attorney’s competence, the judge will probably let it slide with a small delay, but your spouse likely won’t get another chance to avail themselves of the court’s goodwill.
If you believe your spouse is simply working to hinder the process, and firing their attorney is part of a pattern of obstruction, that’s a separate problem that must be addressed head on.
Experienced Queens divorce attorneys know how to hit back when your spouse is trying to unnecessarily delay a divorce suit.
Call the attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino today at 718-523-1111 and talk to Queens divorce attorneys who know how to protect you.