There is only one legal ground for divorce, which is that the marriage has irretrievably broken down.
The person issuing proceedings, is called the Petitioner. You must prove that the marriage has irretrievably broken down by establishing one of the following five facts: Adultery, Unreasonable behaviour, two years separation (with consent), Desertion and Five years separation. There is much to know about the grounds for divorce, so let’s take a look at each of them in detail in person. Book your appointment with our team today without any delay.
Actively advising clients on matters related to domestic abuse, harassment, molestation, retrieving costs on behalf of clients etc., against their partners
Successfully acted for a father whose child was in primary care of the mother.
Successfully made a financial claim and settlement for our client who had not dealt with finances during her separation.
Acted for a client who was subject to regular domestic abuse which involved the kin of the victim witnessing and being in the same environment.