The term in absentia springs to mind... check with a divorce lawyer where YOU live.
An emigrant is a person who leaves his/her country. An immigrant is a person who arrives and lives in another country
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?
Can an inmate in Texas file for a divorce and do the work himself while being incarcerated when his wife lives in another state?
There is no comprehensive directory of cell phone numbers where one can find the number of a person who lives in another country. If one's cell phone number was publicly available one would be deluged by junk calls.
If the respondent still lives here.
You would need to file for divorce in the country in which you were married. Therefore, you would need to file in Nicaragua.
go die and ask your lawyer
It depends on whether you live there or not. If you do not live there, it is a foreign country. If you live there, it is not a foreign country. Instead, it is called a mother country. ex)A person who lives in America would call Norway a foreign country because he or she does not live there. In contrast, a person who lives in Norway would call Norway his or her mother country because he or she lives there.
go to court
This depends entirely upon which country the person lives.
Yes, you can. Providing you have a valid reason for ending the marriage, to tell the judge.
A person who is a peasant is a person who lives rural life (Country Life) as a farmer.
Consult a divorce attorney for your state's laws. Most states have a provision to divorce a spouse who's absent or whose exact address is unknown. In many cases, you have to attempt to find them (to have papers served) by advertising in a local paper. The same procedure as if the person were living in the same country/state where the other spouse wants to file the divorce. The spouse wanting the dissolution of the marriage simply follows the procedures required under the laws of the state in which he or she lives.
You can't obtain a legal guardianship for a child who does not reside in your jurisdiction. The court would not have any authority to grant a guardianship over a child who lives in another country.
A Burmese person lives in Myanmar (Burma).
the country jordan?
A person on a tourist visa would not be eligible to file for divorce in the United States. The person would need to return to Mexico to file for a divorce according to the established laws.
You may only divorce if your spouse (Partner) has commited adultery (Intercourse with another man). If she is commiting adultery and not giving you permission to divorce, ask your priest. You should be able to forcibly divorce if she does commit adultery.
Someone who has dual citizenship in another country does not need to pay taxes in the USA if he lives and makes money in another country. The person is bound by the financial laws of the country of residence.
If you want a divorce, you file for a divorce in the state where you are a resident.
There is way you can love someone far away that is different from you. A person cannot help who they love.