Daughter is married to Marine who asked her to leave the house 5 days ago. He has the children and allows her to see them when it is convient for him. Is giving her 50.00 a month for food she just got a job and staying at friends. My question is he stated he filed for divorce yesterday, a class will be held on 8/15/2012 and Divorce final in 6 weeks or less.How is this possible?
State/Country relating to question: Hawaii
Talking to both of them Gathering informtion from Recruiter in North Carolina, and looked up questions on Ask questions.com. It looks like HI is two years for divorce and North Carolina where they are residents is one year for divorce.
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Daughterleft house 6 days ago he stated he filled divorce final in six weeks! How is this possible!
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