What would you like to do?
The person must petition the court where the original divorce/custody hearing was given for a change of venue. There must be reasonable and substantiated evidence of why the change of venue is necessary. The other parent will have the option to testify against a change of venue, and also will need to show evidence of why they oppose it. The judge will weigh the evidence and render a decision as to whether or not the action is neccessary. The petitioner, of course will be obligated to pay all court costs and other applicable fees.
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If you filed the divorce in the county where you do not live and they sent to the right county that's means the process will start all over again?
In nc do you have to file for divorce in the county you live in
most jurisdictions have some type of residency requirement that has to be met in order for the jurisdiction to grant a divorce. In Canada you or your spouse have to have… been ordinarily resident in the province in which you are seekig the divorce, for 12 months. However each jurisdiction will have it's own requirements. You should seek legal advice in your locality.
No. You don't have to file even in the same state you were married in. However, most U.S. states have a residency requirement for divorce. That means, you must live in the …state where you file for a divorce for a minimum amount of time before you can file there (usually one year). Also, in the case of a same-sex marriage, you must file for divorce in a state where your marriage is legally recognized - - not necessarily the same state where you were married, but one of the states where same-sex marriages are recognized. Again, you will most likely have to satisfy a residency requirement.
Take the divorce papers to the nearest courthouse, they'll be able to take care if it.
You will have to file it in the same country you come from.
You may file for divorce anywhere you wish, however the nearest courthouse is usually the most convenient place.
it's required before a decision is made on custody
If the testator owned property where she/he lived the will should be probated in that county. You should check with an attorney in your jurisdiction to determine the practice …in your area.
$408 to file, $40-$100 for paperwork , so around $500
The suit for custody will be filed in the county where the child resides. Once the court makes a decision regarding physical and legal custody it will also issue child sup…port and visitation orders. That court will continue to have jurisdiction over the case.