How long do you have to be married to get a divorce in Georgia?
In order to file for divorce, you or your spouse must have been a resident of Georgia for at least six months.
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 date while legally separated in Georgia?
Legally speaking, no it is absolutely not OK to date once you separate from your spouse in Georgia. Georgia divorce law does not recognize the concept of “legal separation” that some other states recognize. Any extramarital relationship you engage in (separated or not) may be considered adultery during your divorce.
How do you prove adultery in Georgia?
To prove adultery, you need more than just one spouse’s testimony. Evidence such as photos, recordings, phone records, bank or credit card statements, and witnesses, including private investigators, are often helpful in proving adultery.