Grounds for Divorce Myths

Divorce Rights

Myth “Assault requires you to physically hurt the other person or to be hurt by them.” Myth “I can divorce on the ground of irreconcilable differences.” Myth “I’m not committing adultery as I formed the relationship after we separated.” Myth “We can just divorce on irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. We don’t want to say … Read more

Divorce and Separation Myths

Divorce Rights

Myth “Been married a year. Marital home was my home for 11 years prior to marriage and deeds are in my name only. Husband has his own property owned outright. If we were married for a long enough period of time and then divorced, my husband would be entitled to a share of what was … Read more