Is refusal to have sex with the husband good grounds to win in a divorce? Can spousal support be denied based on that?
2 attorney answers
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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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.
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