How do I divorce my husband if he lives in another state?
In theory, you and your spouse may divorce in either state in which one of you resides. The majority of states require that a spouse reside in the state before filing for divorce in that state. Proof of residency may be required, and some states require six months of residency, while others require a year.
What is the best state for a man to get divorced in?
New Hampshire (best) In the New England state of New Hampshire, getting divorced is almost as easy as getting married. The state's divorce minimum filing time is less than a day, the fastest processing time for any state.
Can I file divorce papers in another state?
You can file for divorce in a state other than the state in which you are married, as long as you meet residency requirements. If you do not meet the residency requirements for the state in which you are attempting to file for divorce, your divorce complaint can be rejected.
Can I divorce my husband if I don’t know where he lives?
You can divorce your spouse even if you can't find him/her and even without their participation in the divorce proceeding, so long as a Judge is satisfied that your spouse had notice of the divorce proceeding.