Missouri Ground Rules

A divorce may be granted in Missouri divorce law on the no-fault ground of irretrievable breakdown of marriage; or on the fault grounds of adultery, incompatibility, six months' abandonment, living apart by mutual consent for one year, or two years' living separate and apart.

By Divorce Magazine
Updated: March 03, 2015
Grounds For Divorce

A divorce may be granted in Missouri divorce law on the no-fault ground of irretrievable breakdown of marriage; or on the fault grounds of adultery, incompatibility, six months' abandonment, living apart by mutual consent for one year, or two years' living separate and apart.

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By Divorce Magazine| May 26, 2006

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