Can I file for divorce by mail?
When you file for divorce by mail, you will need to send the original of each document for the court’s file plus two copies (one for each spouse). In a few states, you may need to send additional copies of certain pleadings like the divorce petition when minor children are involved.
Can you file for divorce in 2 states?
If you and your spouse live in different states but want to divorce, it is possible to do so. Still, you need to meet the residency requirements of the state where you file for divorce. If your spouse filed for divorce first in a different state, that filing and that state’s laws usually control the proceeding.
What are the 13 grounds for divorce in the state of Georgia?
“Force, menace, duress, or fraud” used to make the other spouse agree to marry (menace seen as threatening behavior) Pregnancy of wife by another man at wedding date. Conviction for a crime of “moral turpitude” with at least a two-year jail term. Habitual intoxication (alcohol only)
Can you get a divorce in Georgia without a lawyer?
In Georgia, if you and your spouse reach agreement on all marital issues on your own, you can file for an uncontested divorce which may not require the services of a lawyer to assist you.