To get a divorce by mutual consent, a person and their spouse (husband/wife) must formally agree to the divorce. One person, referred to as the Plaintiff, files a Complaint in Divorce against his/her spouse, the Defendant. But both parties (that is, both the Plaintiff and the Defendant) must sign and file Affidavits of Consent (these are legal documents in which parties they agree to the divorce). Statute: 23 Pa Code § 3102 (c).
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