Fault: (1) impotence; (2) adultery; (3) conviction of a felony and imprisonment; (4) alcoholism and/or drug addiction; (5) wife is pregnant by another at the time of marriage without husband's knowledge; (6) willful desertion for 1 year; (7) bigamy; (8) endangering the life of the spouse; (9) conviction of an infamous crime; (10) refusing to move to Tennessee with a spouse and willfully absenting oneself from a new residence for 2 years; (11) cruel and inhuman treatment or unsafe and improper marital conduct; (12) indignities that make the spouse's life intolerable; and (13) abandonment, neglect, or banning the spouse from the home.
(Tennessee Code - Volume 6A, Title 36, Sections 36-4-101 and 36-4-103) In the __________ Court of __________ County, Tennessee.
The divorce shall be filed in the county in which both spouses reside if they are both residents; or the county in which the respondent resides if he or she is a resident; or the county in which the petitioner resides.
(Tennessee Code - Volume 6A, Title 36, Sections 36-4-104 and 36-4-105) The Petition for Divorce must declare the appropriate Tennessee grounds upon which the divorce is being sought.
In addition, the court may grant the victim of such treatment the remedies (4) Offers such indignities to the person of the other as to render his or her condition intolerable and life burdensome.
(5) Becomes an excessive user of alcohol or drugs so as to render the condition of the other spouse intolerable and the life of that spouse burdensome. (North Carolina Statutes - Chapter 50 - Sections: 50-5.1 and 50-6) In the General Court of Justice, __________ Division, North Carolina, __________ County.
“Displaying the 10 Commandments, which many acknowledge as a significant basis for American law, is perfectly constitutional,” said Attorney General Rutledge.
"However, this is an area of the law that is not being applied consistently and the U. Supreme Court must weigh in and offer much-needed clarity.” Guidance from the Court in is important because various circuit courts are using different standards to evaluate whether Ten Commandments monuments such as the one in New Mexico are constitutional.
Under Arkansas marriage laws, couples must obtain a marriage license from the state.
The marriage license is valid for 60 days and the marriage must be finalized within that time period.
Shavita Wilson, 46, of Little Rock, surrendered herself in Pulaski County District Court on three outstanding warrants.
Her bond was set at ,000.00 and she was processed and released from the Pulaski County Detention Facility.
LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has joined a 23-state coalition in filing an amicus brief with the U. Supreme Court in support of Bloomfield, New Mexico’s Ten Commandments monument on its city hall lawn. Rutledge is urging the justices to hear the case and decide in favor of the New Mexico town.