How Divorce Takes Place.
when a couple has irreconcilable differences they might decide to divorce each other. Divorce falls on different stages the first being the separation of the two involved. The couple that has been separated is required to live each separately. One can file for divorce from bed and board this can be due to certain factors like cheating, one of the partners becoming a burden, drug abusing, and mistreatment. After the petition is accepted and the claims investigated upon the couple is now declared legally separated. Being separated does not warrant the parties involved to marry other people. One if the parties can choose to want to keep the children and file for custody and support. After completion of the summons, the one that is interested in marrying again can do so. Before filing for a divorce petition the two people must have been separated for at least one year.
one can seek the services of an attorney to represent them during the divorce process. Before filing for divorce the involved parties must have lived separately for a year. Either two of the parties involved or the two of them need to agree that they no longer want to be married to each other. The two parties filing for divorce must live in separate houses and not just decide to become roommates sleeping in different beds. If the couple gets back together between this separation period and separates again the separation counting period begins all over again. When the two become intimate the separation does not have to start all over again if they did not get back together..
During the divorce process the couple must be living in the same country. The parties involved write a complaint where the reason for the divorce is stated. If one wants to have their surname back this must be included in the complaint. Details included in the petition include the couple’s children, their countries, and any support required. The couple now seeks summons for the hearings at court. once the two of you receive the court summons there is a 30 day period allowed for both parties to respond to the complaints The couple appears in court for the proceedings. Both parties are allowed to testify about the claims made. The party who is not able to appear in court can choose a lawyer to stand in for them in court. The judge makes a ruling of these case. Each state handles the divorce proceedings differently.
cases in the court that will be discussed like, sharing of property, child custody, judgment. It is advised that the parties settle these matters outside the court system.