To dissolve the marriage contract of, either wholly or partially; to separate by divorce.
To separate or disunite; to sunder.
The legal dissolving of a marriage.
The ending of a marriage because it has irretrievably broken down. To establish irretrievable breakdown, it is necessary to prove one or more of the following (the Five Facts): Adultery Unreasonable behaviour Desertion Two-year separation with the consent of the other party (no fault) and/or 5-year separation when no consent is needed.
get a divorce; formally terminate a marriage; "The couple divorced after only 6 months"
a breakup of a married man and woman
a civil judicial act whereby what was a civilly valid marriage is officially terminated
a civil lawsuit, and like any other civil action, it is started by the plaintiff with the service of a Summons and Complaint upon the defendant
a civil lawsuit filed by one spouse lives in another state can be expensive
a civil lawsuit filed by one spouse (the "plaintiff") against the other spouse (the "defendant") seeking a termination of the marriage
a civil lawsuit filed with the court to end a marriage
a civil lawsuit to end a marriage when the husband and wife cannot resolve their problems and ask the court to make the final decision and issue orders about property division, spousal support and any issues regarding minor children
a court action in which one spouse files against another to terminate their marriage
a court judgment ending a marriage
a court order terminating a valid, or lawful, marriage
a Court order that legally terminates a marriage
a court process to legally end a marriage
a difficult and unfortunate conclusion to which any marriage can come, but, in some cases, it is a necessary one
a dissolution of a marriage, but it is not a dissolution of family
a form of civil litigation in which all the rules of evidence apply
a full breaking of the original marriage contract
a hard thing for any married couple to go through
a lawsuit and filing it is the same as filing a legal action
a lawsuit, Marissa," Chuck explained patiently
a lawsuit, so you must file a petition in the district clerk's office and pay the required filing fee
a lawsuit to dissolve the marriage relationship
a legal action to terminate a valid marriage
a legal action which dissolves a marriage
a legal ending of a marriage
a legal end your marriage
a legal means for ending a marriage, while an annulment is based on the premise that the marriage either never existed or was not legal
a legal procedure which falls under the jurisdiction of the provincial government
a legal proceeding, but an engagement is only an emotional commitment with no legal bond
a legal proceeding that terminates the marital relationship between a husband and wife
a legal proceeding to dissolve the marriage relationship
a legal process to end a marriage
a legal termination of a marriage
an agreement adults have that they are no longer married
a significant legal proceeding that will have a permanent impact on your life
a statement by a civil authority that a marriage is dissolved
a total and absolute dissolving of the marital ties, releasing the husband and wife wholly from their matrimonial obligations
a way of ending a marriage agreement between two parties
a way of legally ending (dissolving) a marriage
(dissolution) A divorce is aÂ judgment or decree of a court that legally dissolves the marriage relationship of man and wife.Â Â The term divorceÂ connotes an element of fault.Â In California, which is a "no fault" jurisdiction, the more correct term is dissolution or dissolution of marriage.
A decree from a judge that dissolves a marriage and that allows each of the partners to remarry.
The termination of marriage otherwise than by annulment or death. Close
The termination of the legal relationship of marriage between a husband and wife.
When a marriage is legally ended.
The legal end of the marriage. The legal reasons for requesting a divorce are absolutely necesarry.
A legal declaration that a valid marriage has come to an end.
The legal process of dissolving a marriage; where parents have not been married, they can file a petition for custody (or filiation petition) to obtain orders for custody and a parenting plan.
The legal procedure which ends a marriage.â€¢ Deathâ€¢ Divorceâ€¢ Family Court Proceduresâ€¢ Separation
The ending of a valid marriage. This should be distinguished from an "annulment" in which the court declares that because of some particular problem the marriage was never valid to begin with.
A legal judg me nt that severs the marriage of two people and restores them to the status of single persons. Also called a dissolution of marriage.
the legal ending of a marriage. More info.
The legal termination of a marriage.
The termination of a marriage by legal action, requiring a petition or complaint for divorce (or dissolution in some states, including California) by one party. Some states still require at least a minimal showing of fault, but no-fault divorce is now the rule in which "incompatibility" is sufficient to grant a divorce. The substantive issues in divorces are division of property, child custody and support, alimony (spousal support), child visitation and attorney's fees. Only state courts have jurisdiction over divorces, so the petitioning or complaining party can only file in the state in which he/she is and has been a resident for a period of time (as little as six weeks in Nevada). In most states the period from original filing for divorce, serving the petition on the other party and final judgment (or decree) takes several months to allow for a chance to reconcile.
the process by which a marriage is legally dissolved.
A common name for a marriage that is legally ended. See Dissolution.
The legal separation of man and wife, so that each is free to marry again.
The final, legal ending of a marriage, by court order.
A final decree required to legally terminate a valid marriage
Future tense of marriage.
The legal ending of a Marriage so that the husband and wife are free to re-marry.
The proceeding in which legally married spouses are divorced under the federal Divorce Act. Often, the term is used to describe the divorce judgment granted at the same time that corollary relief is granted. The divorce takes legal effect 31 days after the divorce judgment. ( See also corollary relief.)
The legal dissolution of marriage.
The legal ending of the marriage between a husband and wife so that each is free to marry again.
The dissolution of a marriage.
The legal procedure which ends a marriage. Related links: Death Divorce Separation
Divorce or dissolution of marriage is the ending of a marriage before the death of either spouse.
In modern society, the role of marriage and its termination through divorce have become political issues.