The Five Grounds for Divorce

Personal law solicitors in Salisbury & Chippenham

To be able to divorce, the court must be satisfied that the marriage has irretrievably broken down. To prove irretrievable breakdown, you must rely on one or more of the following facts:

We will discuss these with you to establish on which of the five facts you may be able to rely.

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01722 411 141

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01249 472 444