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Divorce Grounds in Michigan

In Michigan the complaint lodged for divorce is the proof you show in the state court that you no longer want the marriage to continue. The state court will then announce divorce upon spouses’ consent and after taking in account any likelihood of reconciliation for preservation of the marriage.

Known as “no-fault” divorce state, there is only one divorce ground in Michigan:

Irretrievable Breakdown of the Marriage:

If there has been a breakdown of the spousal relationship to such a degree that the matrimony has been totally finished, both you and spouse are entitled to obtain divorce under this divorce ground in Michigan. Judges require only a presentation of this declaration, details aren’t important.

Contact a professional divorce attorney or divorce lawyer for detailed information regarding divorce grounds in Michigan.

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