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How often do Divorce cases get dismissed in Connecticut under the lack of Jurisdiction ground?

Greenwich, CT |

If the plaintiff left the state and country (after meeting the 1-year residency requirement when filing but no intention of coming back) and the defendant never lived in the state?
What is the likely outcome if a motion for dismissal is filed under the lack of jurisdiction ground?

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You asked this one other place. Not sure it's a jurisdictional problem, it could get dismissed for lack of prosecution unless there was also a claim by the defendant. Talk to an attorney.

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