Grounds for divorce

Myth
  Myth
“I can divorce on the ground of irreconcilable differences.”
Fact
  Fact
There is no such ground for divorce. In order to get divorced, you have to prove to the court that your marriage has broken down irretrievably. This you do by relying upon one of the five grounds for divorce under The Matrimonial Causes Act 1973. These are adultery, unreasonable behaviour, two year’s separation with consent, five year’s separation without consent, desertion.

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