Divorce & Annulment

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Question: I live in Arizona and my spouse lives in Texas. I do not have any residence or employment information on him. Do I file for divorce in AZ or do I file in TX? I have had no contact with him since 2012. We have no children or property and I prefer to file on my own due to financial issues. Thank you.

Answer: Arizona Revised Statutes, section 25-312 allows you to file in Arizona if either you or your spouse reside here. A person resides in Arizona, if they have lived here for 90 days or longer.

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  • I live in Arizona and my spouse lives in Texas. I do not have any residence or employment information on him. Do I file for divorce in AZ or do I file in TX? I have had no contact with him since 2012. We have no children or property and I prefer to file on my own due to financial issues. Thank you.

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