Can I get a divorce if I've been married for less than a year?

Question Details: I am in a horrible marriage and would like a divorce. We have been married for a little over 6 months. A lot of what I see online states that I must remain married to this individual for 1 year before I can file for divorce. Is this correct? I would really not like to have to spend the next 6 months with this person and this is one of the main things keeping me from being able to move out. Additionally, would we need to file a separation agreement? We live in an apartment, have no shared financial accounts and no children.

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