What if one person doesn't want a divorce?


#1

Ok so I realize that this may not make any sense to anyone else, BUT my husbands wants a divorce and I don’t. Is it legally possible to remain married even if he wants a divorce? Assuming that we get all the way to the front of the judge, who has to decide the case, are there any instances where the judge will not grant a divorce when one party wants it and the other does not? Other info: My husband has well, i guess lost his mind to some extent, he quit his job, abandoned me, left the country, moved in with another woman, all of this on top of a multitude of affairs, and I have always been loyal and honest. (Like I said I’m sure it doesn’t make any sense to anyone on the outside but, I have my reasons.)

Thanks.


#2

I believe so long as he has been living separate and apart for 1 year, then he may file for divorce and you will not be able to stop it.


#3

No, once you have lived separate and apart for one year, there are no legal grounds to prevent a divorce.