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Laying Out the Steps in a Georgia Divorce
by The Anderson Firm, LLC
The unexpected is what makes divorce stressful for many spouses. If you’re about to file for divorce, you probably want to know how much it will cost, how long it will take, and what the process actually looks like.
Before filing for divorce in Georgia, you must have lived in the state for a minimum of six months. You may then file for divorce on the grounds that you and your spouse have “irreconcilable differences”, which is no-fault divorce, or on fault-based grounds (there are around a dozen fault grounds in Georgia). Your attorney will be able to advise you on the advantages and disadvantages for no-fault and fault-based filings.
NOTE: The process outlined below applies to divorces in which spouses do not agree on the terms of the divorce settlement — this is referred to as a “contested” divorce. If you have an uncontested divorce, your process might look quite different. Your attorney will be able to go into further detail.
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