Tennessee No Fault Divorce
In Tennessee, the waiting period is sixty days, if minor children are not involved in the divorce and if minor children are involved then it is ninety days. Another term for waiting period is "cooling off period." As per the law of this state, this period has been scheduled with the intention that the divorcing partners can again contemplate their resolution to have divorce.
Grounds of Tennessee No Fault Divorce
It has to be stated by any one divorcing partner that due to irreconcilable differences their marriage has irretrievably broken down. There is no requirement for this divorcing partner to point out any fault of the other partner. Additionally, there divorcing partners must have resided apart and separate for 2 years in the absence of cohabitation.
Residency requirements of Tennessee No Fault Divorce
One of the following counties can become the venue for filing the divorce papers.
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