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Unfortunately she can ask for a divorce in GA just based on irreconcilable differences. There is a 30 day waiting period after divorce is filed before the court can actually issue the divorce decree.
GA divorce residency requirements state that a complaint for a divorce must be filed in the Superior Court of the defendant's county of residence.
If her income is higher than yours, then you will not likely have to pay her legal fees.
I am not aware of any law that requires her to submit to counseling before divorce.
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