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    Childrens Issues
    Financial Settlements
    Collaborative Family Law
    International Family Law
    Prenuptial Agreements
    Civil Partnerships
    Cohabitation Law

    What Are The Legal Reasons For Divorce?

    Unreasonable Behaviour Explained

    The most common grounds for divorce are either unreasonable behaviour or adultery. Adultery is self-explanatory.

    Unreasonable behaviour is behaviour by one spouse towards the other which is unreasonable.

    Unreasonable behaviour does not need to be extreme behaviour. It covers the behaviour of each and every one of us given that none of us are reasonable all of the time.

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