Can A Person Contest A Divorce If They Are In Jail When Served In The State Of GA?

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Just because he is being held for a violation of an order of protection, does not mean he does not have any legal rights. He has every right to know why you want to divorce him and also has the right to legal counsel to protect his rights as a husband. My ex did this to me and had me locked out of our home after I had taken care of her as a breast cancer patient for a year and a half. She forced me out of our house, had me arrested several times for ALLEGEDLY violating an order and finally , after all of her trying to hurt me so bad , ended losing more than I did.
If you want to divorce the guy, give him the COMMON COURTESY of letting him know why and allowing him the right to use an atty. There are 2 sides to every story.

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