You can file for divorce in the county you live in now.
Yes you can but you will have to go to the U.S embassy in Trinidad and file your divorce there.
i want a divorce from my wife but i live in the country panama and she lives in the united states, what is the process of filing for divorce?
If you are legally in the US, you file in the state where you live. You do the same thing as a citizen of the US would do.
Tell your spouse to come to the US, or send him the papers.
it depends on where you live because some states won't allow it.
no he can not eventually he has to get the papers sooner or later.
You will have to file your divorce papers in the embassy.
yes, according to law, you have to come to bangladesh to file for divorce , unless you live in florida, & living there for over 6months.
Did you get a marriage certificate? If you got one then yes.. welcome to the club.. you have to get divorced
my wife lives in Guatemala can i file for a divorce in the united states
If you're in the US, there's no specified length of time. You can get one day and file for divorce the next (unless you live in a state that has a required separation period before you're allowed to file)
File for divorce in the jurisdiction of your current address.
A license does not mean one got married. You can file for divorce at your current state of residence.
Yes, your divorce should be where you live at the time of your separation, or where the children reside. If you live in the US, the divorce needs to be in the US to be enforceable.
Divorce will not affect filing chapter 7. If the divorce is final, you will have to file separate chapter 7s. If the divorce is not final, or has not happened, you can file a joint chapter 7.
He would have to file his divorce papers in Mexico, not the US. The US does not have jurisdiction over marriages by foreign nationals (non citizens) which were entered into in another country.
Are you their lawyer? Why are you asking the question? They did not move "to the us." They moved to a state. If they live in that state long enough, they qualify to file for divorce in that state.
You cannot file for divorce in the US without contacting your spouse unless they are declared dead or they cannot be located.
speak to a lawyer
They cn file for a divorce in the state where they presently reside.
Generally speaking, US states require that the party filing for the divorce actually live in the state where they file. In your case, that would apparently be Arizona. If you have more than one residence, it can get complicated. However, since you're going to be seeing a lawyer anyway to do the filing, they can evaluate the specifics and inform you if you need to file elsewhere.