About how long do you have to be separated for a WV divorce?

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Question:  How long do you have to be separated to get a WV divorce? State:  West Virginia Answer:  If both spouses have been living separate and apart without cohabitation and without interruption for 1 year, there is sufficient grounds for divorce in West Virginia. – The Divorce.com Team Wendy Jaffe and Divorce.com can only provide general information about divorce. DO NOT RELY ON MS. JAFFE’S ADVICE ALONE. Before acting on...

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Adultery

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Question:  I live in West Virginia and my husband left me a year ago and bought a house together with another woman. What proof do I need to prove he is committing adultery? State:  West Virginia Answer:  On TV dramas you might see dramatic evidence of adultery introduced into divorce courtrooms, but in real life, evidence of adultery is usually more circumstantial. Most judges understand that evidence of adultery in a marriage in real...

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Would like to divorce an uncooperative wife.

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Question:  My wife and I are not getting along. Shes very uncooperative. We’ve been married for 1 year now with a 7 month-old baby boy; no matter how much money I make – type of foods I buy -she doesn’t cook well- she’s exploitive, she can’t plan, or budget, etc. I think the best thing is a divorce or whatever advice I can get that will be the best for me to sort out this problem. State:  West Virginia ...

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Alimony or Jail

Aug 8, 2012 by

Much like the laws that govern divorce, the laws concerning alimony differ from state to state and there are many different variables that can influence the process. Judges wield the most authority as to whether or not alimony is awarded and the laws usually require judges to consider the standard of living during a marriage, each spouse’s income and earning capabilities, the age and health of each individual, and the need for or ability to pay alimony. However, as a rule of thumb,...

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