He sure can!!
You can divorce a spouse who is currently in jail as if they weren't even there. You just have to have them sign the legal document allowing you two to go on with the divorce. If he refuses.. then you'll have to take it to court.
You need to have the court papers served to him while he is in jail. He probably won't get custody while he is in jail.
No, you can not obtain a passport while on bail. This would break the terms of your probation and you could go back to jail.
my husbands in jail how can i get a fee wavier for divorce
They'll serve you in jail
If the spouse is in jail, a no fault divorce can be obtained. There will be some special procedures to serving the person his papers.
a person can, whether they should or if its legal is another matter.
The arrest him, put him in jail, make him pay child support in jail, weekly visits for the kids to see him in jail, you get tired of letting the kids see him in jail, move on while he is in jail, you miss him alot while he is in jail, get remarried but then divorce because the guys a meanie while your husband is in jail, then he has porole from jail, you realize your the only one for him while hes in jail, he gets out on good behavior from jail, you and him live happily ever after from his one to two year sentance from jail...JAIL
The same way any divorce is obtained. People who are in jail (or being detained) can be served documents pertaining to divorce, lawsuits and so forth. If the marriage is legal the divorce petition can be filed in the state where the couple has established residency. Make sure you file the divorce while she is still in jail, right. I'm assuming it's easier than waiting until she's in another
how can you divorce your husband who is incarecerated and will be for another seven months. you klive in the state of new jersey file the papers and have him served in jail
tryed it all it does is get u put in jail
Your right to file for divorce is not altered by where you were married.
Assuming there are no minor children or property involved and there is reason for a divorce, it should not be difficult to obtain a non-contested divorce. Only a divorce lawyer can give you the correct answer. You might make an appointment to see one - usually the initial consultation is free.
The incarcerated person would need to obtain permission from the warden and/or the person/authority who is qualified to issue such a mandate.
Well, if your spouse is in jail, you can get a divorce for just a couple of dollars.
Yes he can. He has the right to have a lawyer provided to him by the State. Marcy
Ask for a good divorce lawyer.
we don't do it anymore were through
you're in JAIL?!