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There''s really no reason for that. If you are both mature adults and amicable then you can both understand what is required to get a divorce now, and decide between you who will be Petitioner and what grounds can be used. If you''re not mature or amicable enough for that, then I would suggest that waiting 2 years will cause more problems than it solves anyway. And don''t forget that your ex could file using UB at any time during that 2 years.
Whilst it is true that you can use unresonable behaviour as a reason for a divorce, that can also lead to a lot of ill feeling.
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