In Georgia State, the divorce rate
is 3.9% per 1,000 of the population, making it one of the lowest in the country.
Georgia family courts grants divorce on the basis of both no-fault and fault divorce grounds. Any of these grounds must be proved valid in court in order to file for a divorce.
However most of divorces are granted on the no-fault divorce
grounds basis. In such cases, you need not prove a fault to obtain a divorce.
Divorce is preferred over annulment in Georgia. It is because in annulment there is dissolution of an invalid marriage, and therefore the spouses are not entitled to supposal and child support.
For professional information regarding divorce and annulment
, consult a divorce attorney
or divorce lawyer in your state.