Grounds for divorce

Myth
  Myth
“I need evidence of unreasonable behaviour to divorce my spouse on that ground.”
Fact
  Fact
You don’t need any evidence to prove unreasonable behaviour. It is a subjective test. You just need to include sufficient incidents that you consider unreasonable in the petition. If the judge agrees with you, the petition will go through.

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