When Would The Six Months Start?
Answer: In all likelihood, the court will probably find that the six-month period started when you and your spouse say it started. This is usually dates back to when the two of you first came to the joint realization that your differences were irreconcilable and that any further attempts to save your marriage would be fruitless and not in either of your best interests.
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