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  • EHL Family Law Team
    Unreasonable behaviour – the most common ground for divorce
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    The 5 grounds for divorce are: Adultery coupled with intolerable living Unreasonable behaviour 2 years separation with the Respondent’s consent 5 years separation Desertion Unreasonable behaviour has now become the most commonly cited ground on petitions for divorce. The reason being that Judges no longer need to see pages of detailed accusations of how the… Learn more

  • EHL Family Law Team
    How do I end my Civil Partnership?
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    You can apply to end (or often known as dissolve) your civil partnership by following three main steps, providing that the partnership has been valid for at least one year. The three steps are:   Filing a dissolution petition – permission must be applied for through the courts to end your civil partnership, and reasons… Learn more

  • A quick guide to divorce
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      Thinking about getting a divorce? Did you know that there are certain grounds to be satisfied before ending your marriage? Adultery – Your partner had sexual relations with another person of the opposite sex and you can no longer bear to live with them (within 6 months of finding out). Unreasonable behavior – for… Learn more


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