Grounds for divorce

Myth
  Myth
“I have been having an affair for six months. I can use my adultery to satisfy the court that my marriage has irretrievably broken down and petition for divorce on that basis.”
Fact
  Fact
The person who is seeking the divorce, or petitioner, cannot rely on their own adultery to prove the marriage has broken down. The other party would need to seek the divorce, citing adultery. Another ground will need to be pursued in this case to secure a divorce.

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