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Grounds for Divorce

State of Georgia Attorney at LawGeorgia allows for no-fault divorces, which means that either spouse can file for divorce without having to show that the other party was a fault; however, there are still 12 grounds for divorce, which include adultery and desertion by one of the spouses for a minimum of one year.

Residency Requirement and Waiting Period
In order to file for divorce in any county in the state of Georgia, one of the spouses must have lived in Georgia for a minimum of six months. This means that even if one of the parties moved out of the state of Georgia, as long as one person has stayed, that person can file for divorce in Georgia.
The waiting period for a divorce in the state of Georgia is 31 days from the date of filing for a divorce.

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