Basically you haven’t resumed sharing a residence or a relationship as husband and wife.
- You must not have resumed your marital relationship.
- You must have been a resident of this state for six months prior to filing.
- You must be filing in the county where one of you lives.
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In reading through the FAQ section of the site, this was a statement/answer there:
Even if you were the spouse who left the marriage, your wife or husband cannot contest the divorce if the year has run and all other technical requirements have been satisfied.
What exactly are the “other technical requirements” that have to be satisfied?