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What does living in a bona fide state of seperation is an absolute prerequisite to filing for a divorce in ga mean

what does living in a bona fide state of seperation is an absolute prerequisite to filing for a divorce in ga mean

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It means living in two separate residences. Bona fide means in good faith, so you shouldn't be sharing a home and saying you're separated.

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