What Are The Grounds For Divorce In New Hampshire?

New Hampshire has ten grounds or causes for divorce. A divorce can be granted on the ground that irreconcilable differences have caused the breakdown of the marriage. Irreconcilable differences is probably the most common ground upon which divorces are granted. Alternatively, a divorce can be granted upon a fault ground such as adultery, extreme cruelty, or habitual drunkenness.

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