Athens, GA asked in Divorce for Georgia

Q: My husband has impotency and denies to see a Dr. This problem ruined my life. I want to divorce. How can I prove it?

I’m 31 years old woman and He is 36 years old. I should prove our divorce is because of his impotence for some immigration reason. He first accepted to make appointment with Dr but then denied it and didn’t go.

Is there anything by law I can do to prove this?

Please help me!

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3 Lawyer Answers

Robbie Levin

Answered
  • Marietta, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: You don’t need to prove any of that to get a divorce. Hire a lawyer and file for divorce.

For more info, check out my website at www.LevinLawyerGa.com

Homer P Jordan IV agrees with this answer

Regina Irene Edwards

PREMIUM
Answered
  • Lawrenceville, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: I agree you don't need to prove impotency in order to get a divorce. You can file on the no fault grounds.

Homer P Jordan IV agrees with this answer

Homer P Jordan IV

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Answered
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: Georgia has a no fault divorce policy, so you don't have anything to prove. You can get a divorce if you'd like one. You should consult with an attorney who can help you plan the proper course of action. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com

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