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#231926 - 05/20/07 02:34 AM Where you have to go to court
tnsad Offline
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Registered: 05/18/07
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My fiance' was married in TN. However, he has been a GA resident for 6 years. He says his Lawyer said that if his wife does not sign the divorce papers he will have to go court in TN. The papers were done in GA. I thought he could go in GA and if his wife didn't show up they could grant the divorce. What is correct - you can go where you are a resident or you have to go to court in the state you were married in.

#231927 - 05/27/07 07:12 PM Re: Where you have to go to court [Re: tnsad]
GinaVanDetta Offline
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Registered: 05/27/07
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Call an attorney and you may get some free legal advice and/or a free consultation.

My advice, call three...if the answer's the same, it's probably correct (my theory of asking questions of government employees!).

#231928 - 04/27/08 08:44 PM Re: Where you have to go to court [Re: GinaVanDetta]
Yikez Offline

Registered: 03/30/08
Posts: 47
Loc: Atlanta, Georgia
Call the clerks office in your county and ask them.
I call my clerks office all the time, they are very helpful
Della in Georgia


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