New Hampshire Ground Rules

A divorce may be granted in New Hampshire divorce law on the grounds of irreconcilable differences that have caused irremediable breakdown of the marriage.

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

A divorce may be granted in New Hampshire divorce law on the grounds of irreconcilable differences that have caused irremediable breakdown of the marriage. These grounds include:

  1. impotency;
  2. adultery;
  3. abandonment for two years;
  4. imprisonment with a sentence of more than one year;
  5. physical abuse or reasonable apprehension of physical abuse;
  6. desertion without support for two years;
  7. cruel and inhuman treatment;
  8. habitual intemperance for two years;
  9. living separate and apart without cohabitation for two years;
  10. mental abuse;
  11. joining a religious society which professes that the husband/wife relationship is unlawful;
  12. desertion outside state;
  13. nonsupport by spouse in foreign country.
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By Divorce Magazine| May 26, 2006

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