Watch this video to learn about the grounds for divorce in Georgia. Then call Hall & Navarro for a legal consultation and case evaluation.
What are the grounds for divorce?
The other day I had a call from a client who was in the middle of a divorce and he was asking me what the grounds for divorce in Georgia are. There are basically 13 grounds for divorce. They range from adultery, habitual intoxication, abuse, fraud. The most common ground for divorce in Georgia is irreconcilable differences, which simply means that people are not getting along. Most folks end up filing the divorce on those particular grounds. If you are considering divorce or in the middle of divorce, been served divorce papers, I would love to talk with you about your individual case. I’d love to help you get your case resolved. Please call me.
Are you or a loved one in the process of a divorce in Statesboro or Springfield and have questions about the grounds for divorce in Georgia? Contact the experienced Georgia divorce lawyers at Hall & Navarro today for a consultation and case evaluation.
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