Q: I live in Upper Darby, my wife (possibly) in Arizona. We have no children and no property. What are my divorce options?
Have been separated for more than two years.
A: It sounds like you may seek a no fault divorce in Pennsylvania. If you can locate your wife and serve her, it is a pretty simple process. If you can’t locate her, it will take a little longer.
If you file for divorce, s
A: I agree with Attorney Boyd. You will file for a divorce in Delaware County. The problem will be in properly serving your wife with the complaint since it seems that you are unclear as to where she resides. I suggest that you start contacting people who may know where she is, such as local friends, former co-workers, and family. Also perform some online searches with the free or low cost search engines available. You cannot finalize a divorce without giving her notice that it's been filed and at least one other notification. There is the eventual option of publicizing the divorce in two local newspapers, but that's somewhat expensive and will require filing a petition with the court so it is well worth your time and energy to exhaust all avenues you can personally before going that route.
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