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Also, the plaintiff has to have been a Georgia resident for the preceding six months. Your spouse can be served at the marital home or anywhere in Georgia he or she is personally located by the process server.
(You can't move to Georgia and immediately file a divorce action.)The divorce complaint must set forth the basic facts of the marriage and divorce, date of marriage, date of separation, children, ages, the grounds for divorce, and prayers for relief (for example that the clerk put down a standing order). Service has to be personal – that is on the person - unless your spouse is not home and the documents are left with someone who lives in the home (a non-party adult or child over the age of 14). Often, in a divorce case, the spouse will simply sign a legal document called an "acknowledgment" that simply confirms he or she has received the complaint and summons and waives further personal service.
There is no way to predict the total cost of a divorce.
Usually, the parties to the divorce are only the husband and wife. A divorce is filed in the Superior Court of the county in which the defendant resides.
section 19-5-5, a divorce complaint must be "verified" meaning that the plaintiff swears the facts set out in the complaint are true and correct.
Contested cases: Cases where the parties can’t come to an agreement regarding the major issues in a divorce such as child custody or the division of marital property.
These cases can take much longer to resolve and may involve going to trial.In Georgia, a divorce can be granted based on the fact the marriage is irretrievably broken and there is no hope for reconciliation by the two parties.