Irreconcilable differences

The concept of irreconcilable differences provides possible grounds for divorce in a number of jurisdictions. Australian family law uses a no-fault divorce approach, and irreconcilable differences is the sole grounds for divorce, with adequate proof being that the estranged couple have been separated for more than 12 months. In the United States, this is one of several possible grounds. Often, it is used as justification for a no-fault divorce.

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