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A spouse who wishes to have their marriage dissolved must approach the High Court or the Regional Court of the Magistrate Court and have a summons issued. A court has a jurisdiction to hear a divorce matter: If the parties are domiciled (live) in the area of the jurisdiction of the court as at the date of divorce.
First, you must meet the residency requirements of the state in which you wish to file. Second, you must have \u201cgrounds\u201d (a legally acceptable reason) to end your marriage. Third, you must file divorce papers and have copies sent to your spouse.
Generally, the cost to file a Complaint for Divorce in Georgia ranges from $200.00 to $220.00. This fee must be paid to the Clerk of Superior Court in the county where the divorce case is initiated. In addition to this fee, a service fee must also be paid.
In Georgia, the superior courts have \u201cexclusive jurisdiction\u201d to hear divorce, alimony and child support cases. (Juvenile Courts have exclusive jurisdiction over deprivation actions and the termination of parental rights.) Accordingly, a divorce has to be filed in Superior Court.
If you cannot afford to pay, you can file a Request to Postpone Filing Fees and Order. If your request is approved, you could still end up having to pay the filing fees at the end of your divorce. Attorney's fees are another factor you need to consider if you are represented by a divorce attorney.
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The divorce process in Georgia at it's basic level is simple: One party files a complaint for divorce & the opposing party responds with an answer. The parties will conduct discovery and gather evidence. The parties will have temporary hearings if necessary and attempt mediation or settlement.
Unfortunately the State of Tennessee does not offer forms online to complete your divorce process. You will need to obtain any additional documents necessary to commence your divorce from your local county clerk's office.
Theoretically it's possible to get a divorce in Georgia is as little as 31 days. The reality for an uncontested divorce in Georgia is six months to one year from filing to receiving your final decree. A contested divorce in Georgia can range from six months to several years.
In Illinois, there is no mandatory waiting period for an uncontested divorce as long as you meet the residency requirements. A contested divorce usually has a waiting period of six months. Overall, finalizing a divorce in Illinois can take anywhere between 2 months and a year.
A divorce can be done completely without an attorney. However, there are key benefits to having an attorney. If you didn't hire an attorney at all, you'd need to file the paperwork, serve your spouse, figure out all the court hearings, mediation sessions, agreement creation, and everything else all on your own.

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