Irreconcilable Differences | Grounds for divorce UK

By September 24, 2019
A couple discussing unreasonable behaviour
Irreconcilable differences refers to the differences in a marriage that cannot be resolved, resulting in a broken and unhappy relationship. Irreconcilable differences are often referred to as a no-fault divorce. A no-fault divorce is an accepted ground for divorce in many countries including Australia, however, England and Wales is not one of them. In England […]

Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage

By September 20, 2019
couples separating and divorce
The phrase irretrievable breakdown in divorce is used a lot but the question is, what does it mean? In England & Wales, there is only one reason for divorce and that is the irretrievable break down of your marriage. However, you have to prove that your marriage has irretrievably broken down by using one of […]

What grounds for divorce can be used with an Online Divorce?

By December 8, 2017
Grounds for online divorce
There are many common misconceptions when it comes to Online Divorce providers. One of these misconceptions is that they cannot cater for all 5 grounds of divorce used in the UK. The truth is we are able to offer you everything that a high-street solicitor can offer you, if not more. You are able to […]

Guide to the Grounds for Divorce

By November 15, 2017
choosing the right ground for divorce
Information on the grounds for divorce in the UK If your marriage has broken down and you are considering a divorce, you’ll need to be aware of UK divorce law. There is only one grounds for divorce and that is the irretrievable breakdown of your marriage, which you must prove by establishing one of the […]

How to get a divorce based on your partners adultery

By September 11, 2017
couples arguing over adultery
So, your partner has committed adultery and you seek a divorce, but where do you start in the minefield that is divorce? What is Adultery? Firstly, we will start with a definition for Adultery in divorce, which is as follows; Adultery in divorce is when your husband or wife has had sexual intercourse with someone […]

10+ Unreasonable Behaviour Divorce Examples

By July 25, 2017
A couple discussing unreasonable behaviour
LAST UPDATED ON AUGUST 29TH, 2019 If you’ve decided that you want to file for divorce, you must have a valid ground for divorce to do so. If no adultery has taken place and you haven’t been separated for at least 5 years then your only two courses of action are using unreasonable behaviour or […]

Guide to using Unreasonable Behaviour to divorce

By July 12, 2017
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What is unreasonable behaviour & how to prove it? Unreasonable behaviour is the most commonly used ground for divorce in England and Wales and it’s because of a couple of very simple reasons. Unreasonable behaviour is used so frequently in 2017 because; The consent of your spouse is not required There is no set time […]

How to divorce after 2 years separation

By April 7, 2016
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LAST UPDATED ON AUGUST 29TH, 2019 Divorce after 2 years separation in England and Wales Commonly referred to as the quickest and easiest ground for divorce, 2 years separation with consent is indeed one of the five available reasons for divorce you are obliged to use when filing for divorce. Although this ground can be […]

Divorce after 5 years separation

By November 9, 2015
How to divorce after 5 years of separation It is possible to get divorced if you have been separated for 5 years or more without the consent of your spouse. This sounds easy, right? Well yes it is, if:- You know where your ex-partner lives. They acknowledge the proceedings in writing, by responding to the […]

Do you have to go to court to get a divorce after 5 years?

By March 10, 2015
Every day ( near enough), we receive the question ” Do I have to go to court to get a divorce if we have been separated for 5 years or more?, surely it is just automatic?” This appears to be one of the most common misconceptions with the general public, many of whom sincerely believe […]