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What are the Residency and Filing Requirements for Divorce in Georgia?

Petitions for divorce should be filed in superior court. (Georgia Statutes Title 19 Chapter 5 Section 1) In order to obtain a divorce in Georgia, one of the parties must have resided in the state for 6 months prior to filing a petition for divorce. (Georgia Statutes Title 19 Chapter 5 Section 2)

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