How do you file for divorce if your spouse has been deported?
Visit your local court and seek help filing a complaint for divorce. The court will advise you.
File for a divorce in your spouse's country.
No need to .. Do it where you live
You can check the index at the family court where your spouse lives. If there was a divorce granted there will be a file and you can review it. If there was a divorce you would have been notified if your spouse knew where you were living at the time of the divorce action. If not then there would have been a legal notice published in the local newspaper. You can check the index at…
Your spouse walked out, and you'd like to file for divorce? "Abandonment" is grounds for divorce in any of the "fault" states. The essential procedure is to publish a notice of intent to divorce in the paper for one month. If it hasn't been answered by then, you file for divorce and it's granted. I recommend changing the doorlocks.
The best way to file for divorce is to see a divorce lawyer. It does not matter if your spouse is in jail or not. In the United States depositions have been taken in jail and court hearings have been held over the phone. If your spouse is in jail in the same county, then your spouse can be brought to court. It is done all the time. You can also file your own papers…