What are the grounds for Divorce?

In Northern Ireland, in order to apply for a divorce, you must satisfy one of the following grounds:

  1. If you have been living separately for at least two years and your spouse consents to the Divorce
  2. If you have been living apart for a period of five years – the consent of your spouse is not required
  3. Unreasonable behaviour
  4. Adultery
  5. Desertion
  6. Failure to provide maintenance for your spouse
  7. Failure to provide maintenance for your children

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