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Final Divorce

The actual divorce itself (called an “absolute divorce”) is the easiest part of this process.  If you’ve been a resident of the state for six months and physically separated from your spouse for one year, then you’re eligible for a divorce. A separation agreement or distribution of property is not required prior to obtaining an absolute divorce.

The Divorce Process


In our Podcast, Jaime Davis explores common myths surrounding separation and divorce with her law partner Carrie Tortora. Carrie and Jaime discuss such topics as whether “papers” are required to be legally separated; whether committing adultery means a spouse loses everything; and whether the children get to decide where they live.

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This page was authored by Gailor Hunt Davis Taylor & Gibbs, PLLC divorce attorney Jonathan Melton. Jonathan is experienced in helping couples and individuals through all stages of the divorce process. You can learn more about Jonathan's background and expertise on his bio page. If you have a question about this page, you can email Jonathan at jmelton@divorceistough.com.

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