Divorce is always a possibility. Even for those couples who say they are happy or at the least content. It's out there and so easy to start and so difficult to stop.
Reasons for divorce
The law states that there are five reasons that you can have for seeking a divorce. Some are based on facts but the most used reason is based on interpretation - 'unreasonable behaviour'. It is your decision alone to state that his/her behaviour was unacceptable. No evidence is required. If the divorce goes to court this will not be challenged.
There are many different reasons for divorce and separation but for some unlucky individuals its domestic violence and intimidation. It is estimated that around 3 million people, mostly women, suffer at the hands of their partners and divorce is often the only solution.
In England and Wales divorce is granted on the basis of irretrievable marital breakdown. There are five reasons for getting divorced which can be cited as evidence of this breakdown. But it's not always that simple, a free, no obligation consultation with an local expert Divorce solicitor would be a good idea.
There are officially five grounds for divorce in the UK. Most divorces are brought because of the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage through the "unreasonable behaviour" of the husband or wife. You will not have to prove that this unreasonable behaviour has taken place.
Men have wanted to leave their wives and women their husbands through divorce ever since the idea of marriage developed in early times. Then it was as much about social and economic stability as love and desire.
You absolutely do not need to have a reason for getting a divorce. If you want a divorce you can have one and there is only one easy question to be answered. Divorce is available on demand.