Grounds for divorce

Myth
  Myth
“I can only divorce my husband if he does something wrong.”
Fact
  Fact
This is not strictly true. Although one party may divorce the other on the basis of their adultery, unreasonable behaviour or desertion, the other grounds for divorce are two years’ separation or five years’ separation. In each case, you must show the marriage has irretrievably broken down, but there does not need to be a specific wrongdoing cited as well.

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