“On what grounds can I file for divorce?”
- Separation of one year: Husband and wife living both separate and apart without cohabitation for one year, and the intent that the separation be permanent.
- Incurable insanity or mental illness of one of the spouses, based on a period of confinement or examination.
Consult with an attorney to determine which grounds you particular case permits. Most divorces are based on “One Year’s Separation”. Not many cases are filed claiming the divorce should be granted due to incurable insanity or mental illness despite those claims being part of a divorce case or the ultimate cause of marital problems between the parties.
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