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There is a mandatory waiting period, even if the divorce is considered no-fault is 30 days before the court issues the Final Order and Decree of Divorce. The average duration of the process for uncontested divorces is 45 \u2013 60 days depending on the court's availability.
Once you file your forms, they must be "served on" (delivered to) your spouse. Georgia law requires personal service of the divorce documents, including a summons. If your spouse agrees to accept service informally, be sure to obtain a signed Acknowledgment of Service for filing with the court.
Once you and your spouse have a signed settlement agreement, you can file for an uncontested divorce. To file for an uncontested divorce in Georgia, you or your spouse must have lived in the state for at least six months.
In order to notarize divorce papers, it is necessary that you work with a licensed divorce notary public. It is usually very easy to locate notaries as a majority of real estate departments, banks, law firms and insurance companies employ notaries that are able to notarize divorce papers.
Marriage certificate. Address proof of both husband and wife. Proof as to the single act of adultery. Evidence relating to long term adulterous relationship or cohabitation, if any.
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STEP 1: First Motion involves joint filing of divorce petition. STEP 2: Husband & wife appear before court to record statements after filing of petition. STEP 3: Court examines petition, documents, tries reconciliation, records statements. STEP 4: Court passes order on First Motion.
To pursue an uncontested divorce, Georgia requires that you fill out some paperwork and file it with the court. You'll need to complete your divorce complaint, which will include information on your residency and grounds for the divorce, as well as information about the marital settlement agreement you have reached.
Unfortunately the state of Georgia doesn't offer the documents necessary to file a divorce online. You must obtain these documents from your local County Clerk of Court.
Certified copies (or regular copies) of the divorce decree (or any other document from the divorce case) can be obtained ONLY from the Clerk of Superior Court of the county in which your divorce occurred. We cannot provide them to you nor can the judge's office provide it.
Under Georgia law, the only requirement to file for divorce is that both parties must suspend \u201cmarital relations\u201d with the intent to divorce. So there is no specific timeframe of separation required in Georgia to get a divorce.

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