Well in FL you can file a petition for dissolution even if you are "indigent". This means you do not have the money to pay and you fill out the forms and they verify you do not have the money , then your petition is allowed to be filed free of charge. Just get the information fomr the CLerk of COurt in the county you need the divorce in.
In Oregon you can fill out a application for a deferral or waiver of fees. If you qualify you will either have your fees waived or set aside for a certain amount of time..either way you can file without paying up front.
In Mississippi, my cousin was arrested and when he went to jail they suggested he get a divorce while in jail, they said it would cost about $15. It really matters on the state laws. I hope this was helpful to anyone that is in need.
He sure can!!
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.
He can have someone buy the correct papers from the court, send them to him and he can fill them out and send them to the correct place to file.
tryed it all it does is get u put in jail
Just wait until you get out, or if she wants it too it'd be a whole lot easier for her to file for it since she's not stuck in jail. ADDED: I notice that your question doesn't mention that SHE wants a divorce from you. Although it would probably be easier for her to file for divorce in NC (if she even wants one) it IS possible for you to do it 'Pro Se' while in federal custody in SC (It's a little more difficult - But HEY, you've got nothing but time, right?). If she wishes to contest your request for divorce and if the two of you have any children it could really open a can of worms. If you have access to any legal aid while in prison see if you can get an appointment to talk with them. You aren't the first person to ever get divorced while in jail, so, it CAN be done.
Your right to file for divorce is not altered by where you were married.
I don't see why not. * Yes, the procedure is basically the same as it is for persons who are not incarcerated.
Well, if your spouse is in jail, you can get a divorce for just a couple of dollars.
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.
Ask for a good divorce lawyer.
we don't do it anymore were through
you're in JAIL?!
You don't need a warrant to get a divorce, and you can be served in jail if you do get picked up for outstanding warrants.
If they have been sentenced to more than a year in jail, you can file for divorce.
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
Jail will only delay the issue a few days. If he went to prison the courts will make sure that he is able to attend his divorce.
What state are you in? ohio
As soon as the jail you were in had a hold on you for your Texas warrant, you should be getting backtime. You may be responsible for proving that credit, so you'll need to get documentation. I've never heard of them only having 10 days to complete the extradition. Your waiver is in essence a request for speedy trial, therefore Texas has to get you here and tried within six months.