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No I don't think she has any marks
And they are not staying together since the past 8 months. Just an FYI
well, the proof that she is showing is the pictures she has taken. The pictures don't carry my friends face but only a 5% face of his wife's face and the two nail marks.
I have a follow up question on this one. My friends wife that I mentioned in this thread is staying away in Boston. My friend is in Atlanta, GA. In a months time she will have stayed away from him for a time period of 1 year. Can that be used as ground for divorce in the state of GA?
But if length of time has to be mentioned, is there a specific time period? Please let me know.
i am asking you a follow up question because you know the background of this case from our previous conversations.
My friends wife says she wants to come back now and My friend is afraid, if she will hurt herself and put the blame on her. He could have applied for divorce in USA but it is not valid in India. In the mean time, can he talk to a lawyer and get a restitution order?
1. His wife has sent emails accusing him of hurting him even though that is not what has happened. He is worried once she is here she will do that again. Now that his wife is away from him since the past 1 year he is on a safer side. Once she comes here he is worried if something like this will repeat.
2. The lease is only on my friends name not on his wifes. But i heard in the state of GA, it is automatically implied that the wife is included?
I am sorry for the wrong information. My friend owns a home. he purchased the property last year and the title is on his name. He has been paying the mortgage from his own earnings since day 1.
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