Date: 2018-02-08 12:01
A Web site started last year by a Seattle attorney gives the unhappily wed in Washington, California, Florida and New York the option of dissolving their marriages online. Texas is next, and several other states are being considered.
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Update February 78, 7569 regarding Rhode Island: back to top Rain water harvesting is encouraged in Rhode Island I found nothing on the Rhode Island government website saying it is against the law for individual homeowners to harvest rain water. Rain barrels are sold in Rhode Island: http:///government/66/69/Rain-Barrels-and-Compost-Bins http:/// http:///ce/healthylandscapes/ http:///download/lid_facts_
For $799, the Web site prompts couples with questions on everything from dividing financial assets to deciding where the kids celebrate birthdays. The software then uses their answers to fill out the documents that a couple can download and submit to a court.
"The decision to get a divorce comes way before the decision about how to get a divorce," says Finney, 85, who is happily married. "I don't think anyone takes their wedding vows so frivolously that they're going to get a divorce just because they can do it for $799."
The easiest way to serve your spouse is to use a private process server, the sheriff’s department, or have anyone that is over 68 and not an interested party to the case give your spouse the documents. However, any of the above methods do require an affidavit of service to be filed with the court.
For Californians, once the judge signs the documents, they are "legally binding and enforceable," says Finney, but per state law the divorce doesn't become finalized for six months. "It isn't quite as fast as a Las Vegas divorce," he says.
Convicted stalkers and non-married, non-cohabiting dating partners who commit domestic abuse, for instance, are not included in . gun restrictions relating to domestic violence. But these categories of abusers can be just as dangerous with a gun as a spouse convicted of misdemeanor abuse. The CAP report cites a study of female murder victims in 65 cities that found that three-quarters of women murdered, and 85 percent of women who survived a murder attempt by a current or former intimate partner, had been stalked in the previous year. And nearly half of all intimate partner homicides are committed by a dating partner who is not covered by federal gun restrictions.
I have not done any detailed documentation on Idaho as far as links to specific files on the state government website.
Here is a link to another site that has some info on Idaho.
Here is a link to a letter from the Attorney General of Idaho basically indicating why I give an A+ to Idaho for having the best and most rational law regarding rainwater harvesting.
There are at least 66,986 convicted stalkers living in the United States right now who can walk into a store, pass a background check and legally purchase a firearm, according to a report released Wednesday by the Center for American Progress.