Can a person get a divorce if both parties are incarcerated?
Yes, a person can get a divorce if both parties are incarcerated. One of the parties will have to hire an attorney to get the proceedings started.
In every state both parties have to sign for a divorce. Sometimes a judge will decide in favor of a divorce for one party without the other parties signature. Read More
If a divorce is filed do both parties have to sign the divorce papers when the two people have children if one wants the divorce and the other does not in new york?
It is not required that both parties sign the divorce papers in NY or any other state. The judge has the power to grant the divorce. Read More
No you have to have both parties sign the divorce because if you don't and you get remarried you could be reported for bigamy ( it's illegal). Read More
For a divorce when does the 60 day waiting period begin when the papers are filed or when they are signed by both parties?
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No both the parties will have to sign the divorce papers. Read More
Prior to this reform, both parties had to agree to a divorce and a divorce would not be granted if it meat one of the parties should receive state benefits following the divorce. Read More
Divorce can be an advantage when a relationship causes distress for one or both partners. Divorce can free both parties and allow them to sever painful ties. Read More
Thanks Mackey for extending on my post. I did mean that this person could go see a lawyer and go through the natural process which includes property rights, etc. I was slow on the up-take. LOL Marcy Yes you can, but it's advisable to see a lawyer on this. Since your spouse is incarcerated there in no need for his permission to get a divorce and the courts are quite lenient in these types of… Read More
Do-it-yourself divorce forms are a great option if the divorce is "uncontested" (agreed on by both parties). Read More
of course! Read More
Yes, both of them has to agree. If not, the divorce cannot be confirmed. Read More
If a divorce is filed do both parties have to sign the divorce papers when the two people have children if one wants the divorce and the other does not?
If both parties will not sign the divorce papers then the court will deciede. Depends what state you are in. Indiana is a no fault state meaning if you want to divorce you will be allowed to regardless if the other party wants to or not. Read More
Once both parties sign divorce papers but the the divorce process is not final can the divorce be stopped by one party?
no you have already signed the divorce papers in can not be undone! Read More
Both parties in a divorce must follow the provisions of the Divorce Agreement that was approved by the court. Read More
A disadvantage of a divorce bill is that it can negatively affect a child. In addition, divorce can cause pain to both parties involved. Read More
If you're in the US, no, both signatures are not required, although it's generally easier/quicker if you have both signatures. Read More
No. If one or both of the parties are already married they must submit that status on the application for the marriage license and the license will be denied. In the United States you can only be married to one person at a time. Marriages can only be dissolved by a civil annulment or a divorce. No. If one or both of the parties are already married they must submit that status on the application… Read More
It was an individual decision by either or both parties. Read More
go to one of the countries! Read More
How long does the divorce process take in kenyan if both parties have agreed to get a divorce and there is no property involved?
In the U.S.A it will finish faster. Read More
A divorce case is a law suit, where one spouse sues the other for divorce. If the case is dismissed, the divorce is not granted, and the parties continue to be married as they were prior to the divorce. Often, the parties will choose to reconcile and choose to dismiss their case. If the court dismissed it, it's probably because one or both parties were not properly complying with the court. Read More
Divorce costs will vary depending on the circumstances of the divorce (if the divorce is contested or either of or both parties seek legal counsel and so on) and it is difficult to tell the "average" cost, as there are many factors that influence the costs. However, the cheapest divorce would be the no-fault divorce, uncontested divorce, where no fault is assigned and both parties agree to it. In this case, lawyers are paid flat… Read More
That would be a judgement of the State Bar Association. If the divorce is going to be uncontested and both parties mutually consent to it, it is not unlawful to retain the same attorney to prepare their paperwork for submission to the court. Read More
It apparently doesn't apply to the two political parties.,Both sides make misleading claims against the other party candidates. Why can't both parties be held accountable for these claims and be fined or if necessary, be incarcerated? Read More
No. Until the judge declared divorce, the cosignor is on the lease. The two parties must come to a decision on who is going to own the vehicle AFTER the divorce and the two parties agree that the owner will continue payment. IF for some reason the one person CANNOT afford the payment, then both parties are on the hook until end of lease. The OWNER of the vehicle may also declare that BOTH parties… Read More
No a power of attorney will not be any good in a divorce. Read More
No. A judgment of divorce is final and releases both parties from claims of the other. Read More
when you file for divorce both you and wife are bound to live separately until you both get divorce from the Court. If you and spouse wants to live together and apply divorce the law will not grant divorce to you both as you are willing to live together and the question of divorce does not arise get divorce under any grounds both the parties must live separately. Read More
Yes. That would be a conflict of interest. Read More
No, there is a divorce by default as long one spouse is served. Also see a California divorce Attorney- www.california-familylawyers.com Read More
A divorce can be settled out of court, if both parties agree to the settlement. However a judge will still need to sign the divorce decree to make it legal. Read More
Normally, both parties do not need to be present before the notary public at the same time. Read More
It depends on what state you live in. Each state has different laws. In Florida, it is impossible. The deputy clerk (person who works at you Courthouse) has to have both parties (groom & bride) in front of them at their desk (which means it has to be at the courthouse). Read More
In the state of Maryland If a divorce is uncontested are both parties required to have an attorney if one of them does?
One would thing that if the divorce was 'uncontested' neither party would even have the need for a lawyer. This is a 'see spot run' divorce where each person basically goes their separate ways following the final decree. Read More
No.... If the none attending spouse doesn't contest to the divorce. Also if one of the spouses does not show the spouse that shows is granted what they request in the divorce proceedings Read More
When one wants a divorce and the other does not do both parties have to sign the papers with no children involved?
No, the petitioner spouse can receive a divorce under the state's default laws. Read More
Yes. A person can refuse to sign divorce papers. However, that kind of behavior will drive up the legal costs for both parties and result in the court making decisions for you. It will also lengthen the time period needed to obtain the divorce. In the United States you cannot prevent your spouse from obtaining a divorce by refusing to sign. Read More
The short answer is no, both parties do not have to sign divorce papers for the divorce to be legal. Every person has a right to divorce and your spouse cannot prevent you from exercising your right. As a matter of fact, you can get a divorce without the consent of your spouse in all 50 states. Your best option is to file for a "no-fault" divorce. Filing a "no-fault" divorce will prevent your spouse… Read More
You have power of attorney fpr someone whom is incarcerated he wants a divorce and his spouse agrees so can you sign for him?
Generally, no. It is unlikely a judge would allow it and more likely that the court documents will need to be sent to the prison. The ones needing any signatures will need to be sent back to the court. See the link for examples of more pertinent information. https://www.illinoislegalaid.org/legal-information/your-spouse-jail-or-prison-and-you-want-divorce Read More
BY signing divorce papers in your local metrical institution. If both parties are willing, there is no need for attorney. However it may have to be verified by a notar depending on your location. Read More
You have to file the papers in court, signed by both parties. There will be a court date after the alotted amount of time and the divorce will be granted. Read More
An uncontested divorce occurs when both parties mutually agree to terminate the marriage and there are no disagreements over children, financial arrangements or anything else. Read More
Certainly if both parties agree to it. Check with your lawyer or the court where you filed the papers. Read More
Maybe but history/experience would seem to militate against it. Read More
no, you can be automaticly divorced after 1 year separation Read More
The state of Georgia does not require any reasons for divorce, and the courts try to make the process as painless as possible for both parties. Divorce is allowed when the partners have separated for more than a year prior to filing for the divorce. Read More
When a divorce is filed that means one or both of the parties have filed a complaint for divorce and that filing begins the divorce process. The 'granting' of the divorce takes place when the decree is entered at the end of the divorce process. After the decree has been entered, some jurisdictions have a nisi period of 30-180 days during which the divorce is not yet absolute. After the nisi period the marriage is… Read More