What happens if I file for divorce and then change my mind?
If you change your mind soon after filing for divorce, you may be able to simply withdraw your divorce petition. To stop the process, you will need to contact the Court clerk where you filed the application and ask to withdraw, or this may be done by simply filing the appropriate form.
How can you get a divorce if your spouse refuses to sign?
You and your divorce attorney will simply have to file a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage with the courts. This can be done without a spouse’s signature. After filing, the paperwork will be served to your spouse by a process server. Your spouse will then have 20 days to file a response with the court.
Can you divorce on the grounds of irreconcilable differences?
Irreconcilable differences is a term that’s used a lot in divorce. It refers to the inability of two people to resolve their differences in order to remain married. However, in England and Wales, irreconcilable differences cannot be used as a sufficient ground for divorce.