New Jersey Divorce Attorney Discusses Grounds for Divorce
As an experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorney I am regularly asked about what can be used for grounds to file a divorce. In New Jersey, there are several grounds for divorce: mental cruelty, physical cruelty, desertion, or adultery. Generally speaking, it can be difficult to prove several of these grounds.
The most popular ground for divorce is irreconcilable differences, and that’s because, for that ground, you would only need to show that the parties have been unable to get along for a six-month period. That would be the most cost-efficient grounds for divorce.
Do you have questions about the grounds needed to file a divorce? If so, contact the experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorney Brian Freeman.