I don't see why not, but some states say that you must live apart for one year before you can file for divorce so that may be an issue there.
But after the divorce is final, I think you can live with whomever you like, even if it is your ex.
Yes, you can live together and still get a divorce.
Yes you can file for a divorce even if you both live together in Maryland, then you must stay separate for one full year.
You will have to live seperately for a full year before the divorce.
Why would they....but why not. There is no law saying that they can't.
Yes, there are no laws in Indiana that state couples cannot be living together when they file for a divorce. There is also no time limit of being separated before you file for a divorce.
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.
If you recently filed for a divorce in alabama,can you still live in the house with your spouse
they can and possibly settle their differences then.
they can live together until they are officialy divorced.
Yes you can still stay in the same house after the divorce, as you see she must have put a equal amount of her money in that house,
80% of people that live together befor they are married get a divorce
Consult an attorney where you live to determine what is best in your circumstance. Generally speaking, you can file for divorce where you have residency regardless of where you were legally married. An attorney will help you determine the other qualifications necessary for divorce.
Wisconsin does not recognize common law marriages.
No, they are divorced.
live in a diffrent house than her that would work out or just be friends and dont divorce
US laws take precedence, therefore if the couple were legally married in the US and legally divorced in the US, then the divorce is valid. If the couple lived together as a couple (engaging in a sexual relationship, sharing mutual finances, etc.) at the time the divorce was pending then the divorce is not valid.
No. Technically you can live in the same house and still file for divorce. Florida is a No-Fault state you dont need a reason to divorce.
A Separation is not a divorce and you are still legally married. "Getting" a divorce, you are still married until the law tells you otherwise and papers are signed. I usually hear "ex wife" or "ex husband" and that just means the couple don't live together and could mean they are just separated or are getting a divorce. Some men may refer to their ex wife as "wife" out of habit.
Answer What I know about divorce papers is that they require two signatures, one from you the other from your husband, and if he doesn't sign the divorce papers, it doesn't matter he is no longer in the State where you live, if he doesn't sign the papers you can't get your divorce. There is also common law marriages where two people can live together for as long as they want and divorced or not, you can still live with another man. There's no law against it.
Only if you're planing on getting married again.AnswerIf you are no longer together it would be better to get a divorce. He/she is still considered to be your next of kin and would be an heir to your estate if you are still legally married. You may be held liable for debts that he/she incurs too.
Yes, once the wife is legally divorced she can date or live with whomever she wants and still collect alimony if that was the agreement in the divorce settlement.
Yes wolves live in Wisconsin.
i am not sure, but yes i think it is possible
no, he could get into trouble, but not if a her.
Poor man's divorce.