From the law offices of Howard, Fine and Howard Per: Divorce proceedings.
In regards to our subspace discussion on the subject of legal reasons for a divorce, there are a few points we must consider. Adultery is a valid reason. To use this ground, the Plaintiff must show that the spouse committed adultery during the marriage. This ground can be hard to prove because evidence from someone besides the Plaintiff and spouse is needed.
A legal separation agreement hasn't been filed and it has to be a year old in order to proceed with a divorce hearing.
Or last chance would be abandonment. To use this ground, the spouse must have abandoned the Plaintiff for at least one year or more. Two examples of abandonment: where the spouse physically leaves the home without any intention of returning or where the spouse refuses to have sex with the other spouse, this is called "constructive" abandonment.
Post by ~ RisaXSeph ~ on Apr 13, 2017 14:41:45 GMT -8
From: Vital Records Administration To: HFH, LCA, Aidan Thornton, Carol Thornton Date: August 9th 4566 1850 Subject: Processing
Hello parties involved in this case,
I wanted to reach out to all those involved in this case to inform you that we have been sent all the forms required and are now processing this. Though processing time may be as long as 1 2 business weeks we will file the forms as of this date. If you have any questions please reach out to our office through your attorneys.
Miki Minri Vital Records Clerk – Marriage and Partnerships Division Galactic Federation Citizen Services and Vital Records Office Ministry of the Interior [email protected]
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