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What Is Classed As Unreasonable Behaviour In A Divorce?

Jul 30 2021 | Family Law

by Theresa Wright

by Theresa Wright

Head of Family Law

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How long does divorce take?

A straightforward divorce, which doesn’t include any children or assets, can be approved in at least 4 months. However, a divorce can take up to 12 months through the sorting of financial settlements and child arrangements.

How did you prove unreasonable behaviour? 

When citing unreasonable behaviour, you had to prove that the other party behaved in such a way that you could no longer live with them. By doing so, they proved that marriage had irretrievably broken down.

  • Bank statements from joint accounts to prove financial recklessness
  • Charge sheet from the police or medical report to prove domestic abuse
  • Witness statements from a neighbour regarding verbal abuse

 

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