Grounds for Divorce in Kentucky

grounds for divorce in Kentucky

In Kentucky, divorce can be pursued based on two main grounds:

  1. Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage: When the marriage has irreversibly deteriorated, and there is no realistic chance of reconciliation.
  2. Separation: When spouses have lived apart, without cohabitation, for a minimum of 180 days prior to filing for divorce, and reconciliation is unlikely.

Please be aware that these are the primary grounds for divorce recognized by Kentucky courts. For personalized guidance, it is recommended to seek advice from legal professionals.

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