Out of anger, I asked for a divorce. Is this also grounds for divorce?
Did you get angry and ask for a divorce during a fight?
Talking about divorce out of anger does not immediately become grounds for divorce in court.
In other words, you don't have to worry that the other person will file for divorce because of this. All you have to do is to definitely withdraw your intention to divorce.
but!! What if you say divorce out of anger not just once, but over and over again, every day?
In addition, these words and actions are added to the conflict that the existing couple was experiencing, creating a situation that needs to be embraced with affection and trust.
The marital relationship is irreparably broken, making it difficult for the couple to continue their married life.
What if there are special circumstances such as bankruptcy? In this case, it may be recognized as grounds for divorce.
In this case, the other person may be recording my repeated words and actions to use them as evidence.
So, no matter how angry you are, it would be best not to say divorce unless you truly intend to divorce.
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