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Lynn Toler hosts the show, which has been on the air since 1999. Divorce Court is still in session. The daytime legal entry has been renewed through 2019, Fox Television Stations announced Tuesday. The renewal cements Divorce Court's record as TV's longest-running court show.Is Divorce Court open to the public?
Generally, all documents filed in a court action are public records, accessible in the court clerk's office and sometimes over the Internet; divorce records are no exception. Once the dissolution petition is filed with the court, divorce pleadings are generally open to public viewing.What can I expect in divorce court?
There are three things to keep in mind: Expect you will know your facts before you walk into Divorce Court. Experienced divorce lawyers will tell you that Divorce Court isn’t black and white. Expect you will not let fear, stress or emotion take over in Family Court. Expect you will tell the truth in Divorce Court even if your spouse lies.