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The spouse who files for an uncontested divorce in Georgia, must have been a resident for 6 months and file for divorce in the county of residence. However, a non-resident may file for divorce against a spouse who has been a resident of Georgia for 6 months. In such cases, the divorce must be filed for in the county in which the respondent resides. [Code of Georgia Annotated; Title 30, Section 107].

The only no-fault ground for divorce by the State of Georgia is: Irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. [Code of Georgia Annotated; Title 30, Section 102].

USE THESE WORDS IN THE COURT DOCUMENTS FOR GEORGIA

  1. Use these exact words, all in capital letters: IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF COUNTY, GEORGIA
  2. Use these exact words, all in capital letters: PETITION FOR DIVORCE
  3. Use the word "Petitioner". Be sure the "P" is capitalized.
  4. Use the word "Respondent". Be sure the "R" is capitalized.
  5. Use these exact words, all in capital letters: FINAL JUDGEMENT AND DECREE OF DIVORCE
  6. Use the word "County" here.

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