Does your state have the law that says if you want a divorce, you have to be legally separated (having documentation of a different address than your spouse) for at least a year and a day first?
Not sure. I feel like the answer is no, though.
Not sure about NJ, but NY did.
I don't know.
No. That's a horrible law!!
No idea, I doubt it though. I've never made the mistake of saying "yes" so all my break ups have been clean and simple 😄
I have no idea.
I think Nevada is quickest but I could wrong.
I think FL is immediate
It could be. I think a quick Internet search would give you an answer.
Ours is supposed to be separated for at least 6 months. However, it is easily waived.
No, from what I can gather looking at several places online, CO doesn't require that (and defines "legally separated" in a specific manner that's different, anyway). A divorce won't be granted until at least 90 days after filing for it, though,
but who is living where doesn't seem to have anything to do with it.
Washington is 90 too.
I don't think so. I could be wrong, though. I've never had to deal with that.
I have no idea either.
It's a pleasant ignorance.