Irretrievable Breakdown & Divorce
The attorneys at Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman are well versed in legal issues relative to marriage breakdowns leading to legal separations and divorces. Because such matters are often complicated by reactions that are quite emotional on the part of the married couple that is having problems, it is wise for the husband and wife to seek legal counsel from an experienced firm such as ours. Our family law and litigation team can find ways to reconcile couples’ differences and the breakdown of their marriage that will satisfy both parties. At Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman, our legal staff works to serve applicants for divorce in a neutral and pleasant atmosphere that will provide efficient and agreeable solutions. To help minimize clients’ costs, we employ a team to offer creative and common-sense approaches to resolve marriage problems.
Irreconcilable Differences as Grounds for Divorce
The term of divorce, irreconcilable differences, relates to a relationship that has become hostile. In such a relationship, there are no solutions to the differences in opinions and feelings of the husband and wife. These differences are the cause of the couple’s relationship having become inharmonious and often openly and relentlessly hostile. Differences that cannot be resolved are permitted as the grounds for divorce only in no-fault actions. No-fault actions constitute uncontested divorces in which both spouses come to agree upon the divorce terms. These terms include issues about property and those connected to children such as custody, support, parent-time, spousal maintenance or support, division of property, debts, retirement and pension benefits.
Irretrievable Breakdown as Grounds for Divorce
Irretrievable breakdown in a marriage, or simply irretrievable breakdown, involves an unresolved incompatibility between the partners in marriage. Sometimes termed as an irremediable breakdown of the marriage or just irreconcilable differences, this incompatibility between partners in a marriage can be grounds for a no-fault divorce.
Examples of such differences include
- Lack of communication
- Lack of sexual involvement and intimacy
- Lack of sharing of household responsibilities
- Lack of approval of relationships with friends
- Undesired involvement from in-laws
- Differing political views
- Differing views on the discipline of children
- Disagreements on relationships with a spouse’s friends
- Problems with spending and debts
- Lack of balance between work and home
- Personal proclivities and habits
In a no fault divorce, neither party is guilty of adultery, abuse or insanity. Also, no other party needs to testify in the divorce. The law firm of Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman offers a neutral and legal hand in assisting couples who have certain unresolved differences that have led them to desire a no-fault divorce. Such a divorce moves more quickly through the court, although it must adhere to the 30-day waiting period.
Has There Been an Irretrievable Breakdown in Your Marriage?
The experienced Ogden Utah Divorce attorneys at Kaufman, Nichols & Kaufman are conscientiously working for families. If a married couple finds that their married life faces unsolvable problems, they may wish to visit our firm. We are experts for Irretrievable Breakdown & Divorce consultations. Call today (801) 752-0499!