Q: I have a uncle who is bed reading and on hospice an I'm trying to help him get a divorce his wife hasn't been around .
His wife hasn't been around in over 20yrs .
An attorney would be able to get him a divorce.
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A: He needs to hire an attorney to assist with the process. Consult with an attorney who provide guidance.
The use of force, menace, duress, or fraud in obtaining the marriage is a ground for divorce. "Duress" is defined as any illegal imprisonment or legal imprisonment used for an illegal purpose, threats of bodily or other harm, or other means amounting to coercion or tending to coerce the will of another and actually inducing that person to do an act contrary to his free will. "Menace" is an overt act, short of an actual assault, which is of a threatening character.O.C.G.A. § 19-5-3(4).
You will need an attorney for this matter.
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