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No Fault Divorce in GA Filing for a Georgia Divorce

In the state of Georgia there are 13 grounds for divorce. One of these is “irretrievably broken [marriage]”, or the no-fault ground. Unlike the other 12 grounds for divorce in Georgia, this means that one does not need to prove that there was any wrongdoing by one of the parties of the marriage. A couple must meet residency requirements and the couple must be considered separated. For a couple to be considered separated they may live in the same house, but they may not share a room and/or have a sexual relationship. Residency Requirements ...