In the previous post about grounds for divorce, we summarized the positions on five of the more populous states in the US: Texas, California, Florida New York and Illinois. Today we look at additional aspects about divorce(follow the header links for detailed articles in the LegalMatch law Library :
- Filing for Divorce in Different States
This article expalins the nuances of filing for divorce when your spouse lives in another state.
- Abandonment and Desertion Laws
In some states, abandonment and desertion is a fault-based grounds for divorce. It is usually defined as the situation where one spouse has decided not to live with the other spouse for no justifiable reason.
- Divorce, Marriage, and Incarceration
This article answers these common questions about this topic: Can a Prisoner Get Married? Can a Prisoner Get Divorced? What if My Incarcerated Spouse Refuses to Sign the Papers? Do I Need a Lawyer to Get a Divorce from a Prisoner?
More on Divorce next week>