as soon as i married her, she quit having any physical contact at all. In 5 years we were intimate maybe 5 or 6 times. Now she is wanting child support, alimony, physical custody of 2 small children. I was faithful to her, pleaded with her many times that her refusals were destroying our marriage. I believe a marriage is a commitment from both people and both have certain obligations. it wasnt like that before marriage. she is also an illegal immigrant. she was awarded temp physical custody and joint legal custody. im an american with no criminal record, how does she have guardianship of two legal children and she is illegal? i feel as if the system is biased to the mother most of the time. Fathers are a disadvantage from the start.
What is your question? You are not required to prove a fault ground to get divorced. GA has been a no fault divorce state for over 50 years. Even though she is a resident alien, our courts recognize her rights as a parent and as a spouse. You need to employ an attorney to defend her divorce action, and represent your interests.
I agree with my colleague. I am also unclear on what you are asking, but you do not need any other reason other than the marriage is irretrievably broken to get divorced.
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