What Grounds for Divorce can I Use?
There are some basics to know about divorce laws. In order to file for divorce in the state: one person must live in the State for more than one year or both parties must be living in the state. The filing should occur in the county of residence.
Most divorces are granted on Irreconcileable Differences (i.e. a no fault divorce). There are some fault grounds for divorce that a person may file the divorce upon, such as desertion for at least a year before the filing, impotency, cruelty or abuse by one of the couple, alcohol or drug addiction, neglect by one spouse and failure to provide for the other spouse, one spouse being confined in a federal penitentiary or reformatory for five years or more.
A divorce may be granted by the Court even if one spouse opposes the divorce.
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