Q: IF MARRIED IN ARKANSAS , WHAT STATE SHOULD I FILE FOR DIVORCE? TEXAS? MISSOURI? LOUISIANA? ARKANSAS? PLEASE SEE DETAILS.
1. being as the home and land, under my name in Missouri was purchased BEFORE we married,
2. WE OWN a mobile home IN TEXAS with no land under her name bought AFTER we were married that WAS OUR MAIN RESIDENCE,
3. and a RV PURCHASED AFTER MARRAGE in Louisiana ?
Also incase relevant,
currently she is living in TEXAS, but recieves her monthly disability through in mississippi using her sons address, so i am unsure of which state she would legally be living in . I Live in our RV in Louisiana on my fathers property, when i am not on the road for work. Both of our Legal Driver's License as (far as i know ) are though the state Texas.
I UNDERSTAND THIS IS ALOT OF INFO, BUT WAS NOT SURE WHAT INFORMATION WOULD BE RELAVANT TO get AN ACCURATE ANSWER.
NEXT, SHOULD I FILE FOR BANKRUPTCY OR DIVORCE FIRST AND IN WHICH STATE ??
A: If Louisiana is your permanent address, and you have no plans to move in the immediate future, you can file in Louisiana. I would defer to someone who is familiar with the divorce laws of the other states to say if you can file in one of the other states.
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