Legal Information: Indiana
Updated: November 24, 2021
What are the grounds for divorce in Indiana?
Grounds are legally acceptable reasons for divorce. The judge can grant you a divorce in Indiana if:
- there was an irretrievable (unfixable) breakdown of your marriage;
- your spouse was convicted of a felony during your marriage;
- your spouse was impotent at the time you got married; or
- your spouse was incurably insane for a period of at least two years.1
1 Indiana Code § 31-15-2-3
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