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You were abandon by your husband while you were serving in the army It has been 4 years since you last saw him In this situation can you use his last know address to file for divorce or do you have to?


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2006-04-09 11:55:21
2006-04-09 11:55:21

If you truly do not know hwere he is, I'm sure you can get information from his Social Security Number about his whereabouts. He has to work! There are services for this information on the internet. Do a search on "finding a person with only a social security number. Good Luck.


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Many wives have abandoned husbands over the years. An attorney can file divorce papers and the husband will be granted a divorce.

Consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction who specializes in divorce who can review your situation and explain your rights and options.

Yes. Divorce is legal in all 50 states. The only situation in which you could not legally divorce your husband is in the case of a married same-sex couple living in a state where same-sex marriage is not legal.

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You should spend some time searching for any evidence of your wife's divorce from her first husband. If there is no divorce decree then she was not legally divorced. If she wasn't legally divorced then her marriage to you was not legal. There are many legal ramifications to that situation. You should spend an hour consulting with an attorney to discuss the situation and your options.

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no you can not be forced to divorce your husband or wife

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Hire a lawyer who specialises in divorce.

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Can a husband and wife get divorce without marriage certificate around them

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You already have a husband and just because you want another husband unless you divorce your first husband (at least in Western Countries) then you would be a bigamist which is against the law. File for your divorce; get the divorce and you are free to find another husband.

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