The Term ‘unreasonable behaviour’ is used to describe the fact that your partner has behaved in such a way that it would be unreasonable to expect that the relationship can carry on. Unreasonable behaviour is the most common grounds for Divorce in the UK right now.
Can I file for Divorce based on Unreasonable Behaviour?
To file for Divorce on the grounds of unreasonable behaviour you must be able to show that your partner has behaved in an unreasonable manner, that you find it intolerable to carry on in the relationship and that this behaviour has caused the irretrievable breakdown of your marriage.
What are examples of Unreasonable Behaviour?
There is no definitive list, but we have listed the most common reasons here:
Although the Government will be introducing ‘No Fault Divorce’ meaning that couples can divorce without the need for showing unreasonable behaviour, this will not come into effect until late 2021.
Here at Andrew Isaacs Law we have Specialist Family Lawyers who are on hand and can advise and support you through this difficult time. They will be able to advise you on how to commence Divorce proceedings and also give guidance on the resulting issues surrounding Divorce i.e. matters affecting children and financial disputes.