Technically he has been locked up 90% of the time we have been married and we have nothing in common, no kids, no money accounts no property no nothing...
General Practice Lawyer
File in the County you live in and have him served in jail. It appears that he probably won't fight it.
Not a problem, easy to get service and should be a simple divorce.
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Divorce / Separation Lawyer
Check with a local lawyer, but you should easily be able to have the sheriff of the county serve him with a summons while he is in the county jail.
Family Law Attorney
Typically the warden gets served with the papers and the inmate appears by phone.
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