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With Halloween around the corner, we're reminded that we see a lot of scary divorce horror stories in our line of work. Divorces are difficult, emotional, and complicated—and anything with those ingredients can sometimes lead to scary, terrifying results.
Having your spouse waive service is the easiest way to start the process of a divorce when your spouse lives somewhere other than the United States. This means that you can simply send your spouse an affidavit and documentation. Your spouse signs off on the waiver, gets it notarized, and you immediately start working on your divorce terms—just like how a divorce works domestically.
Divorce is complicated enough when you and your spouse live In the United States. What happens when your spouse lives abroad in another country? The short answer is that serving divorce papers internationally can become quite complex, but you and your spouse can make the process simpler. Depending on the country where he or she lives and your spouse's willingness to cooperate, you will have quite a few options for serving your papers.