There are a number of grounds for divorce in New Jersey. They range from adultery to desertion, extreme cruelty, separation, drug addiction, mental illness, imprisonment, and even deviant sexual conduct. There’s also irreconcilable differences, and that’s what most people utilize as a ground for divorce in the state of New Jersey. It’s just easier, and you don’t necessarily have to spread all of your business all over the place.
Rosalyn Charles is a family lawyer practicing in Newark, New Jersey.